Partner Funding Opportunities

Project funding offers from companies and foundations that partner with DonorsChoose.org

Last updated August 23, 2016


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Alabama Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below,
log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.


Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Alaska Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below,
log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.


Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Arizona Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below,
log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.


Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Arkansas Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below,
log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.


Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



California Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below,
log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.


Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Colorado Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below,
log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.


Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Connecticut Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Delaware Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Florida Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Half-Off From Citrus Sports and Extra Yard for Teachers How it works

Half-off offer for Standard projects from the following schools: Catalina Elementary School, Jones High School, Legends Academy, Memorial Middle School, Orange Center Elementary School, Pineloch Elementary School, Rock Lake Elementary School, Washington Shores Elementary School, and Washington Shores Primary Learning Center.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Georgia Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Hawaii Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Idaho Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Illinois Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Indiana Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Iowa Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Kansas Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Kentucky Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Louisiana Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Maine Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Maryland Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Massachusetts Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Michigan Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Minnesota Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Mississippi Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Missouri Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Montana Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Nebraska Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Nevada Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



New Hampshire Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



New Jersey Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

50% match offer for Standard Team Sports projects. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf!

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.

Double Your Impact From Anonymous How it works

One-to-one matched donations on projects in high poverty Pre K-2nd grade classrooms in Bergen and Passaic counties. To qualify, project goal must not exceed $800.



New Mexico Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



New York Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.

 


North Carolina Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



North Dakota Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Ohio Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Oklahoma Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.

Double Your Impact From The Foundation For Oklahoma City Public Schools How it works

One-to-one matched donations on eligible projects in the OKC public school district. To be considered for this offer, projects must not exceed $1,000 in project goal.



Oregon Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Pennsylvania Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Rhode Island Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



South Carolina Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



South Dakota Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Tennessee Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Texas Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Utah Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Vermont Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Virginia Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Washington Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Washington, D.C. Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



West Virginia Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Wisconsin Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.



Wyoming Funding Opportunities

To take advantage of the opportunities below, log in and submit a project. Read each offer and "How it works" to learn how your project can be considered for funding.

Double Your Impact From Yamaha Corporation of America How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard middle and high school projects that request music essentials. To qualify, make sure your project’s goal does not exceed $1000 and that no more than half of your cart is instruments. See all the details right here.

Selective Funding From DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation How it works

One-to-one match offer for Standard projects that request resources or experiences for your extra-curricular team. To qualify, be sure to select Team Sports as a subject area and add the innovation tag SPORTSMATTER. If you don’t personally coach a team sport, check in with your school’s coaches and post a project on their behalf! Check out all the details for this offer here.

Double Your Impact From Think It Up How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard Student-Led projects that do not exceed $5000 in total project goal. Check out the specifics here.

Selective Funding From Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation How it works

Selective funding (up to $500 per project) for 4th grade projects that request transportation funds for field trips to a U.S. national park, forest, wildlife refuge or other federal lands/waters. Projects may also include healthy lunch requests for the trip. To qualify, use the phrase “Every Kid in a Park” in your essay. Teachers can receive and print free park passes for their 4th graders at www.everykidinapark.gov. Projects will be selected and funded at the discretion of the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation. See the specifics here

Double Your Impact From Best Buy Education How it works

One-to-one matched donations on Standard projects that request resources for primarily Native American classrooms in schools that are marked as highest poverty on DonorsChoose.org. You can request any resources your students need, as long as your total project goal does not exceed $1000. Check out the specifics and see some of our favorite ideas here.

Almost Home Thanks to Infosys Foundation USA How it works

Almost home for Standard computer programming projects in high poverty 3-12 grade classrooms that serve majority Native American students. To qualify, be sure to select a Math or Science subject area, mention “computer programming” in your essay, and keep the project goal under $800. Only 1 project per teacher can qualify for this offer. Check out the specifics here.