Knoxville Community Fund is accepting teacher mini grant applications through April 24
Mini grants expand opportunities in the classroom.
The Knoxville Community Fund is now accepting applications for teacher mini grants.
“The public school system in Knoxville is a vital part of our community,” said Chris Hroziencik, Knoxville Community Fund Advisory Board Chair. “We look forward to receiving applications that enrich the lives of our students.”
Any teacher in Knoxville School District #202 can apply for a mini grant of up to $500 for the 2023-24 school year. Applications must be received by April 24. Download the teacher mini grant application.
For the 2022-23 school year, six mini grants were awarded to teachers in the district for projects in the sciences, special education, consumer sciences, and life skills.
The Knoxville Community Fund was established in 2015 by local residents and built with gifts from community members, businesses, service organizations, and other sources. The Community Fund is an endowed fund of Galesburg Community Foundation, which is guided by a local advisory board that is empowered to award grants that positively impact the Knoxville community.
The Knoxville Community Fund has been granting awards to the community for eight years. Learn more about the Knoxville Community Fund.
YOU MIGHT ALSO BE INTERESTED IN
A growing partnership
Buchanan Center for the Arts is partnering with Galesburg Community Foundation to build their endowment.
Local nonprofits see benefits from Turnout grants
Gordon Behrents Senior Center is one of 37 local nonprofits supported by a Galesburg Community Foundation Turnout Grant in the last year.