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EDUCATION GRANT PROGRAM

This grant program aims to bolster and inspire our educational community by providing growth opportunities for K-12 teachers, staff and student groups to build back what has been lost or impeded by the Camp Fire disaster. 

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Education Grant Program

All Butte County schools serving students in grades K-12 are encouraged to apply to the Butte Strong Fund Education Grant Program.

 

Only school administrators can apply, and only once on behalf of each school. Grant sizes are typically $1,000 to $10,000 based on school size.

​Funding will focus on

  • Teacher or staff professional development for those seeking to learn new and better ways to educate students, keep up to date with changes in technology and research, or gain a deeper understanding of their subject matter

  • Academic student groups and clubs with innovative and hands-on projects that will increase student learning and expand achievement

  • Projects that are not covered by other funding or that would be dependent on individual or family contributions

  • Projects that provide opportunities for the socio-economically disadvantaged

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Applications due by Nov. 30, 2022

Please review the grant guidelines before applying for a Butte Strong Fund grant. 

Only one application per school.

Grant applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis within 15 days of submission.