I am indebted to my friend, Bonnie Bracy Sutton for the following:
The George Lucas Educational Foundation is a nonprofit operating foundation and is not a grant-making organization. However, in order to realize the potential of 21st-century education, we are fully aware that our community needs to secure grants and be aware of other exciting opportunities in education, such as the following:
The George Lucas Educational Foundation Grant Information List
American Honda Foundation Grants: Quarterly reviews; next deadline is May 1, 2012. American Honda Foundation gives grants ranging from $20,000 to $60,000 to organizations that support science, technology, engineering, mathematics, the environment, job training, and literacy.
Dominion K-12 Educational Partnership Grants: Deadline is May 1, 2012. Dominion invites grant applications up to $10,000 to develop new programs that strengthen math and science education by studying energy or the environment.
Wireless Lab Giveaway: Deadline is May 3, 2012. Discovery Education and CDW-G are giving away wireless lab equipment, projectors, digital camcorders, and other tech goodies for the 10th year. The grand prize winner also receives a $5,000 technology grant.
Etsy Hacker Grant: They are accepting applications now. In conjunction with Hacker School, Etsy is offering a new scholarship and sponsorship program for women in technology. The summer 2012 session of Hacker School will be hosted at the Etsy headquarters, and they are giving ten Etsy Hacker Grants of $5,000 each — a total of $50,000.