**If you need help applying for a grant, contact the Service-Learning Duluth staff for assistance. Also, consider having your students write the application; this is a great way to increase youth voice. **
SERVICE-LEARNING NORTHLAND GRANT (Next Deadline: October 15)
The Service-Learning Northland Award is made possible due to a partnership between B105 Radio (Townsquare Media) and Maurices.
ALL teachers in the communities of Barnum, Cloquet, Duluth, Esko, Hermantown, Proctor, Superior, and Two Harbors are eligible to receive $400 to defray costs when using Service-Learning in their classrooms. Money can be used to pay for substitutes, bus transportation, or related supplies.
One teacher will be selected EACH MONTH throughout the school year. If you are selected, DJ's from B105 will come to your room to present you and your students with a check.
The application is attached below. Note: a teacher can receive the SLNA multiple times for different projects, but only once for the same project.
Offers $1000 for youth-initiated projects on a monthly basis. Applications are available on the website and must be submitted by the 15th of each month. Notification is made in 2-3 months after submission.
Programs must address specific Areas of Interest to help individuals, families, and communities throughout the region to grow and prosper. See details at http://northlandfdn.org/Grants/
DULUTH-SUPERIOR AREA COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
A variety of opportunities are available. Applications are available on the website and must be submitted by February 1, April 1, August 1, and October 1 for consideration. See details at http://www.dsacommunityfoundation.com/grants/
DULUTH LEGACY ENDOWMENT FUND
Awards teachers up to $2000 for innovative classroom programs. Applications are available on the website and must be submitted by August 1st for fall projects. Details on their website at http://duluthlegacyfund.org/grant_information.html
The LISC/SVCNDA grant is made possible through a partnership between the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), the Spirit Valley Neighborhood Development Assocation (SVCNDA), and State Farm Insurance.
Grants are available to classrooms at Laura MacArthur, Morgan Park, and Denfeld schools that align with SVCNDA's West Duluth or Morgan Park Community Neighborhood's revitalization plans (available in PDF format below and detailed in the application).
Money can be used to pay for substitute teachers, bus transportation, classroom materials, or classroom presentations by consultants. Preference will be given to those with matched in-kind services.
The application is attached below.