KUDOS Lending Library: Check out an item
- 4-H Curriculum, http://www.4-h.org/resource-library/curriculum/
- AfterSchool.org, www.afterschool.org
- Bay Area Partnership, www.bayareapartnership.org
- Beyond the Bell, www.beyondthebell.org
- California AfterSchool Network, www.afterschoolnetwork.org
- California After School Resource Center, www.californiaafterschool.org
- Cal-SAC, www.calsac.org
- CDE - Before and After School Programs, www.cde.ca.gov
- GASP, http://www.artsmendocino.org/html/gasp200910apply.htm
- Learn & Serve America, www.learnandserve.gov
- List of Educational Websites
- Mandated Reporter Training, http://mandatedreporterca.com/
- Mendocino County Library, www.mendolibrary.org (Click here to see flier)
- Region 1 The Source, www.region1success.org
- School-Age Notes, www.schoolagenotes.com
- Stop Bullying, www.stopbullying.gov
- Youth Service California, www.yscal.org
Visit the California Afterschool Network (CAN) for a list of funding/grant opportunities available: www.afterschoolnetwork.org/funding-opportunities
See some of those listings here:
San Francisco-based Bank of the West's new online Commitment to Community Charitable Investments Program provides grants to local nonprofit organizations dedicated to improving quality of life, particularly for low- and moderate-income individuals and communities. Grants are made in the categories of Community and Economic Development, Education and Job Training, Health and Human Care, and Civic and Cultural. Click here to learn more.
Comcast Foundation Grants are available to fund literacy, volunteerism and youth leadership development programs. Nonprofit organizations with 501 (c) (3) status operating within Comcast communities are eligible to apply. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis. To apply organizations should verify that they operate within a Comcast service area and send a letter of inquiry to the Comcast Foundation. For more information and to apply, click here.
WaysToHelp.org invites teens in the United States to apply for grants to fund their community service ideas across any one of 16 issue areas. You can apply for a grant, by visiting www.waystohelp.org and for any issue area, selecting "See Ways To Help" followed by "Apply for a Grant". Applications are short - just 5,000 words or less - and should summarize: how the project will involve others, who it will help, what effect it's expected to have, when it will start and how the funds will be used. Grant requests are reviewed and responded to on a monthly basis.
The Microsoft Corporation is offering grants for in-kind support to help programs create community-based technology and learning centers that help promote technology literacy. Programs must have computer hardware that is needed to run Microsoft software, and personnel capable of installing and maintaining requested software. Applications are accepted year round. For more information, visithttp://www.microsoft.com/mscorp/citizenship/giving/apply