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NEA Unified State and Local Grants Online Application

In efforts to meet the needs of our State Affiliates and begin steps towards streamlining our grants application process, NEA's Center for Organizing has created the Unified State and Local Grants Online Application. This will allow state and local affiliates to apply for the remainder of the 2013-2014 available grants from one location. The following grants are available for this online application process:

  • (NO LONGER AVAILABLE) Center for Great Public Schools Grant (Grant Descriptors, pdf)
    Applications received by August 15, 2013 will be reviewed and grant decisions will be communicated no later than September 16, 2013.
    • Leveraging Leadership in Education Reform
    • Transforming the Professions
    • Actionable Research, Policy, and Practice for Grant Public Schools
  • (NO LONGER AVAILABLE) Minority Community Organizing and Partnerships (FAQ's, pdf)
    Applications received by August 15, 2013 will be reviewed and grant decisions will be communicated no later than September 16, 2013.
  • Ballot Measure Grants - restricted to state level application (Guidelines, pdf)
  • Legislative Crisis Grants - restricted to state level application (Guidelines, pdf

 

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Grants NOT included in the 2013-2014 Online Process

The following grants are currently not included in the Unified State and Local Grants Online Application process. We are working to include them with the 2014-16 enhancements.

  • Election Campaigns - Electoral programs start with Campaigns and Elections Field staff assessing viability and building plans for campaigns where there is a goalie at stake. These plans will build capacity, be research based, collect solid data, involve regular reporting, and coordination and highlight members and affiliates whenever practical. For questions regarding Election Campaign programs, please contact Karen White.
  • Retired State Project Grants
  • Organizing Grants - The Center for Organizing engaged in a two year granting cycle and has already committed grant funds through the 2013-2014 fiscal year. If you have an emergent need for the 2013-14 year, additional resources may be available via requests to the Director of Organizing, which should be coordinated through your Regional Director.
  • State Media Grants - These grants have been allocated for fiscal year 2013-14. They will be incorporated into the upgraded system for the 2014-16 fiscal year. Visit the State Media Grants page for more general information.
  • TEF - Please visit the TEF grants page. For questions, please contact Stacy Pelika, 202-822-7422.
  • Urban GrantsPlease visit the Urban Grants page for more information.