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Search our list of organizations that provide funds for service-learning on an ongoing basis.
|Alaska Conservation Foundation (ACF)||
ACF's web site offers access to grant information, internships, and environmental education awards. ACF funds provide operating and project support to local grassroots conservation organizations and individuals.
|American Association of Community Colleges||
View the latest list of grant opportunities from AACC and other organizations. This list is updated biweekly.
|American Federation of Teachers Funding Database||
Searchable database of grant and funding opportunities.
|American Indian College Fund||
In partnership with the General Mills Foundation and other corporate sponsors, the fund provides need-based scholarships to outstanding tribal college students based on academic standing, financial need, leadership, and commitment to their communities.
Ashoka is a global non-profit organization that invests in individuals with unprecedented ideas for change in their communities. It does so through stipends and professional services that allow "Ashoka Fellows" to focus fulltime on their ideas for leading social change in education and youth development, health care, environment, human rights, access to technology and economic development.
|Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies (APAICS)||
APAICS offers several fellowship programs annually that are designed to provide opportunities to two individuals who are committed to the Asian Pacific Islander American communities, and who plan to pursue careers in public service.
|Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy||
The goal of the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy's National Grant Program is to develop and expand family literacy efforts nationwide, and to support the development of literacy programs that build families of readers.
|Beaumont Foundation Technology Grants||
The Beaumont Foundation of America is a not-for-profit philanthropic that grants state-of-the-art, wireless laptop computers and technology equipment to schools and community groups serving low-income populations and individuals.
|Ben and Jerry's Foundation||
The Foundation provides funding for grassroots, constituent-led organizations that are organizing for systemic social change. Grants are awarded to agencies that propose projects that "lead to societal, institutional and/or environmental change; address the root causes of social or environmental problems; and lead to new ways of thinking and acting."
|Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Grants||
The Foundation provides funds to support projects that focus on global health, learning, libraries, Pacific Northwest programs, and special projects.