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EDUCATION AND YOUTH DEVELOPMENT

Quality education & learning opportunities are vital to our community. Education funding opportunities might include early learning programs, college and career readiness and literacy campaigns.

HOPE Farm guides at-risk boys to become Christ-centered men of integrity. The organization works directly with parents and teachers to teach accountability and create a “life plan” for the boys in the program. HOPE Farm is seeking funding for the following items to help furnish and supply transportation to their new location in Como:

  • Computers for our reading lab – $1,100 each
  • 5 Laptops for our staff – $1,299 each
  • 5 iPads – $499 each
  • One 15-Passenger Van – $45,000

The Key School helps students with learning differences develop strengths and reach their academic and social potential through small classes and individually tailored instruction. The Key School is seeking grants of $1,000 to $15,000 to help fund a new campus with state-of-the-art space for a research analyst, Academic Language Therapy classrooms, early childhood classrooms, increased technology capabilities, improved lighting and additional classrooms. The new campus will also have a navigation center to educate, train and support families of children with learning differences and an academic language therapy training center providing training for teachers in other public/private schools throughout Tarrant County.

  • Grants of $1,000 to $15,000 to support the capital campaign are appreciated.

Uplift Mighty Preparatory is a free, public, K-12thgrade college-preparatory charter school. Uplift’s mission is to create and sustain public schools that empower students to reach the highest potential in college and inspire a life-long love of learning, achievement and service in order to positively change their world. Unlike traditional ISDs, public charter schools do not receive funds from local school property tax and do not have access to State school facilities funding.

Grants of $1,000 to $5,000 will help meet the following needs:

  • Student technology like calculators and Chromebooks
  • Bookshelves and library books
  • Teacher supplies
  • Fine Arts supplies and musical instruments

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If you have any questions about funding a nonprofit project, please contact Vicki Andrews at vandrews@northtexascf.org or call 817.877.0702.

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