Global Awareness Classroom Grant RFP
September 15, 2020
|By Katie Berkedal, Program Director|
REQUESTS FOR PROPOSALS – Released September 15, 2020
GLOBAL AWARENESS FUND CLASSROOM GRANT
The Global Awareness Fund at La Crosse Community Foundation was established to support opportunities for expanding awareness of our multicultural world by helping individuals to identify with people from outside the United States. Its main goal is to encourage a view of the world that goes beyond the familiar to foster global understanding and citizenship.
La Crosse Community Foundation is actively looking to support K-12 classroom projects that align with the fund’s purpose. Requests can be made to enhance existing projects or to develop and introduce a new global awareness learning opportunity to students.
Examples of project ideas include (but are not limited to):
- A guest speaker or speaker series on a global issue
- A field trip to experience world cultures
- A cross-cultural celebration event
- A theatre production with a global theme
- A global awareness-themed book read
Any school staff from any private or public school in La Crosse County is eligible to apply. More than one request per school is allowable.
Grantees from the 2019-20 school year who requested an extension through this school year because the pandemic changed the original project timeline are not eligible to apply unless that project is now complete and the follow-up form has been submitted. An exception could be made if the project from last year will be completed this fall, and the new project will occur in spring.
APPLICATIONS ARE DUE OCTOBER 15th AND AWARDS WILL BE ANNOUNCED IN MID-NOVEMBER.
THE MAXIMUM AWARD AMOUNT IS $1000. A TOTAL OF $7,800 IS AVAILABLE FOR GRANTS.
DIRECTIONS TO APPLY
NEW! All requests must be submitted through our online grant portal. If you’ve never used our grant portal before and need login credentials, email Program Director Katie Berkedal and she’ll help you get started. If you have submitted online with us before, go ahead and log in and this grant opportunity will be listed as one of three currently open to the public.
Contact Program Director Katie Berkedal, firstname.lastname@example.org