Thanks to the generous donation from the Kozaczkas, approved Partner Organizations are eligible for consideration of grants of $500 to $1000 for programs that serve 7th – 9th grade students who have academic promise but lack the educational and social resources that are important to breaking the barriers to economic advancement. For this award, The Foundation is accepting applications from 501(c)3 not-for-profit organizations serving in the areas of STEM training, mentorship and community service.
STUDENT PROGRAM INVESTMENT GRANTS
The Patrick Spann Foundation’s Student Program Investment Grant Awards are tasked with growing the presence of women, African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Native Americans, and adults, who were raised by low-income families, in the STEM professions and prepare them to rebuild their communities through community service.
SPECIAL NOTE: In order to apply for the Chelsea & Andre Kozaczka Award both the application for the award and the Partner Organization application must be completed and submitted for review.
(Unfortunately, the application period for this grants has ended. Please complete our Partner Organization Application to be notified of the availability of new grant funding).
- Applications for the Chelsea & Andre Kozaczka Award will be accepted between Jan.1, 2017 and Mar. 31, 2017.
- The recipients of the Chelsea & Andre Kozaczka Awards will be announced on or before July 22, 2017.
- Proposed activities must be completed within one-year after receiving the award.
Before you begin we recommend that you review the information that is requested. Also, have the documents that are required with the application ready to upload.
Click here to complete the Partner Organization Application form: https://patrickspannfoundation.org/partner-organization-application/
Click here to complete the Chelsea & Andre Kozaczka Award Application: https://patrickspannfoundation.org/kozaczka-grant-application/
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