The Gibson County Community Foundation is currently accepting applications for its Betty Ann McCullough Grant Program.
Donor Name: Gibson County Community Foundation
County: Gibson County (IN)
Type of Grant: Grant
Size of the Grant: Not Available
Grant Duration: Grant Duration Not Mentioned
Types of Grant Programs
- Education Seminar and Convocation Grants Program
- The Betty Ann McCullough Education Seminar and Convocation Grant, supported by a fund in the Gibson County Community Foundation, serves to provide funds to public and private schools in Gibson County for the purpose of hosting educational seminars and convocations to enhance the knowledge and skills of Gibson County educators (teachers, teacher’s aids and assistants) in science, mathematics, and language arts.
- Enrichment Project Grants Program
- The Betty Ann McCullough Enrichment Project Grant, supported by a fund in the Gibson County Community Foundation, serves to provide funds and challenge grants to schools (including institutions of higher learning), libraries and other public education organizations based or having substantial programs in Gibson County, Indiana.
- Project Areas- The grant serves to provide funds for innovative projects, programs and equipment designed to enhance, at any level of instruction, mathematics, science and language arts education opportunities for youth and adult residents of Gibson County.
- Teaching Achievement Grants Program
- The Betty Ann McCullough Teaching Achievement Grant is an award to a public school educator (teacher, teacher’s aid, assistant, or tutor) for outstanding dedication and success in improving the mathematics or language arts skills and knowledge of students in the public schools of Gibson County.
- Nominations for the teaching achievement grant will be accepted from Gibson County educators and school staff and from parents of students who attend a Gibson county public school. Self-nominations will not be considered. The grant award must be used to expand or enhance the educator’s knowledge of or teaching skills in mathematics or language arts and/or to further develop and improve students’ knowledge and abilities in mathematics or language arts.
- The Community Foundation welcomes funding requests from nonprofit organizations that are deemed tax-exempt under sections 501(c)(3) and 509(a) of the Internal Revenue Code and from governmental agencies serving the county. Funding requests from nonprofit organizations not classified as a 501(c)(3) public charity may be considered provided the project is charitable and supports a community need. In some cases, organizations without the 501(c)(3) designation may be required to obtain a fiscal sponsor.
- Nominees must be educators (teacher, teacher’s aid, assistant, or tutor) teaching at the primary or secondary school levels in any public school of Gibson County. Selection will be based on the nominee’s abilities (as demonstrated by his or her dedication, innovation or program development) to effectively reach and encourage students in the development of their mathematics or language arts skill and knowledge.
For more information, visit GCCF.