State Farm Youth Advisory Board Service-Learning Grant
If you are involved with an organization or public K-12 school and have a great idea for a project, apply for a State Farm Youth Advisory Board Service-Learning Grant. Grants up to $100,000 are awarded to fund student-led, service-learning projects in areas including environmental responsibility and health and wellness. Applications due April 29, 2016.http://www.statefarmyab.com/apply/national-grants/

If you are involved with an organization or public K-12 school and have a great idea for a service-learning project to impact student achievement in your community, apply for a State Farm Youth Advisory Board Grant. The grants, that range from $25,000-$100,000, are awarded to fund student-led, service-learning projects in areas including environmental responsibility and health and wellness.

All non-profit, tax-exempt organizations under Section 501(c)(3) or another tax-exempt portion of the IRS code are eligible for funding to the extent that they collaborate with and engage K-12 public school curriculum and achievement as part of the grant.

Eligible projects must be implemented in the 50 U.S. states, or the three Canadian provinces of Alberta, New Brunswick, or Ontario. Additionally, eligible organizations include, but are not limited to:


Applications due April 29, 2016.

Resource Types: Grant 

Audience Served: Non-formal Educators, Teachers 

Age Groups: Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade, 6th Grade, 7th Grade, 8th Grade, 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, Adults 

Environmental Focus: 
             High: Team-building/Problem-solving 
             Medium: Animals/Wildlife, Climate Change/Weather, Conservation, Ecology, Energy, Environmental Health, Environmental Justice, Gardening/Composting, Habitats/Ecosystems, Plants, Pollution, Recycling/Waste Management, Sustainability, Water 

Academic Focus: 
             High: Interdisciplinary 
             Medium: Character Education, Health, Science, Social Studies

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Trisha Rae Lastly 
South Region Agriculture Education 
Area Horticulture Teacher