NEW YORK, March 27, — Teach For America and the Lowe's Charitable and Educational Foundation today announced the foundation's. Like many foundations affiliated with commercial corporate companies, Lowe's Charitable and Educational Foundation does its grantmaking “in. Lowe's Charitable and Educational Foundation Extends History of Giving the play field as well as to repair gym doors to meet safety codes.
To support the communities of Lowe's two largest customer support centers in North Wilkesboro and Mooresville, NC, Lowes Charitable and Educational Foundation accepts grant applications from organizations in those areas year round.
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The small grants program is an outlet for organizations seeking smaller-scale assistance for non-educational focused projects. Toolbox award winners are also listed here: They reflect the schools they serve and fill their communities unique needs and interests. Install benches and walkways, plant flowers, bushes and flowering trees. Include grassy areas and shady trees where children can stretch out with a good book and begin a lifelong habit of reading for pleasure.
Ask parents and their children to volunteer on a weekend to prepare the soil and plant the crops. Incorporate the garden into classroom lessons centered on planning the layout of the garden, projecting its yield, and predicting the effect of weather patterns on the crops.
Plant vegetables the colonists grew, or grow a crop that played an important historical role or is vital to the local economy. Install simple wooden posts, benches, and bars along with weatherproof signs with step-by-step instructions on how to use the equipment.
SOUTHMOUNTAIN CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES RECEIVES $73,124 LOWE’S COMMUNITY PARTNERS GRANT
Incorporate the outdoor exercise areas into the physical education curriculum and encourage families to use the facilities during evenings and weekends. Create a landscaping plan that will complement your building and make the most of the terrain. Purchase and plant trees, flowering shrubs, bulbs, perennials, and annuals. Invite members of your school community, a local garden club, and youth organizations for a school-wide cleanup and to prepare the soil and install the plantings and other landscaping features.
A school landscaping project is a great way to involve parents and other community members and the fruits of their labor will be enjoyed for years to come. Lay down woodchips to cut down on maintenance and to make walking easier.Teacher Supply Boxes
Mark native plants and other natural features with descriptive signs. Lay down boardwalk over swampy areas and create viewing platforms. Purchase field guides and binoculars to be used by students. Have an opening day celebration with healthy treats to show off this new community asset and to recognize and acknowledge the hard work of your volunteers. Block off an existing area, such as a corner of the school library or media center, with bookcases or dividers. Paint the walls a warm, inviting color.
This dance program will be used as a launching pad to become an umbrella organization through which other organizations providing benefits and services to children can incorporate the performing arts into their activities.
The grant will provide funds for maintenance and refurbishment of the Lowe House complex in a manner consistent with public expectations of a university facility.
This grant will also promote the Lowe House to its 4, annual visitors.
Lowe's Charitable and Educational Foundation
The grant will provide funds for the program Project Learn which will reinforce and enhance the skills and knowledge young people learn at school during the hours they spend at the Club. They will be engaged in fun, but academically beneficial, high- yield learning activities. The program also emphasizes parent involvement and collaboration between Club and school professionals.
The grant will provide funds to support the conservation work on the Southern Cumberland Plateau of the Paint Rock River.
The Jane K. Lowe Charitable Foundation
The goal is to build local community partnerships to protect the fragile landscape of the Plateau, and to acquire public conservation lands that protect the biological resources of the area while supporting public recreation. We partner with over non-profits in Madison County to solve community problems through our recruitment and referral services. The grant will provide funds for the program, "Summer of Service" to be implemented year round.
The program addresses the critical need for decreasing the high school drop-out rate while providing service-learning activities in sic key areas: The grant will provide funds for the youth violin program. This grant will allow meaningful participation in music by more children. Our first hope is to find forever families for foster children and we are working toward this goal by recruiting foster parents.
The grant will provide funds to support two education outreaches: The grant will provide funds to subsidize wages for a Board Certified Behavior Analyst to oversee programming and program implementation in the Clinic Program as well as the Primary and Early Education program.
The grant will provide funds for building renovations, lobby and meeting room furnishings and new signage. The Guild also works to lay the foundation for the future generations of classical music enthusiasts by providing live performances and educational opportunities to young people in the Tennessee Valley.
The grant will provide funds for performing artists and educational events.