Grants for Education, Afterschool and College Access Programs Benefiting Low and Moderate Income Students

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Subject: Education, Higher Education, Afterschool
Deadline: Ongoing

"The Education program aims to create an environment in which children and young people from low- and moderate-income families have access to a full educational experience that connects with family and community and leads to academic and economic success. We believe education, employment and community engagement are integral to moving people in low-income communities toward greater prosperity. The three pillars of our grantmaking program to put young people on a pathway to greater opportunity are: (1) Advancing Afterschool Success, (2) Beyond High School and (3) Special Initiatives. The first two areas enable us to increase access to high-quality educational opportunities and support systemic change to increase and improve the pathways to education and work. The third area allows us to support collaborative and cross-cutting projects across the Foundation’s program areas and to explore special opportunities with the potential to advance our objectives."

Funder: The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
Eligibility: "The Education program funds national demonstration projects in the United States."
Amount: Unspecified
Contact: Link.