Through the Pipeline Project, The Arthur M. Blank Foundation is excited to support Atlanta students’ development as 21st century problem-solvers. By providing pre-K-12 students with a strong STEAM education, the foundation wants to help underserved Atlanta students be prepared to participate in Georgia’s growing STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) career market. This match offer will provide one-to-one matched donations on select STEAM projects in Atlanta.
Here’s how to qualify:
- Ensure that your school’s income level is listed as “more than half of students from low-income households” in Dekalb, Fulton, or Clayton County. You’re also eligible if you teach at an Atlanta Public School District that meets this same criteria!
- Create a Standard project that requests innovative resources to teach your students about Science, Technology, Engineering, Design, or Math skills.
- Keep your total project goal under $1000.
- Select a subject category under Math & Science or Music & the Arts.
If your project meets the criteria above, you should see the offer appear as soon as it’s posted. This opportunity will be available as long as funding remains.