Grants

FAQs

What criteria does The Concord Trust consider in awarding grants?
The Concord Trust provides grants to fund innovative projects that enhance the educational experience in Concord’s public schools and are not ordinarily funded through the traditional school budget process. The number of grants awarded each year varies depending upon the number of applications received and funding availability.

Who is eligible to apply for a grant from The Concord Trust?
Teachers, administrators, and staff within the Concord School District are eligible to apply for a grant from The Concord Trust.

How much are the grants for?
The maximum Concord Trust grant is $3000.

How do I apply for a Concord Trust grant?
Information on the grant process can be found on the Application Guidelines page. The application is a Google form and can be found on the Application Forms page. It requests applicants supply specific information regarding goals, materials, and budget. All grant proposals must be reviewed by a building administrator. Administrators must submit an approval form for each proposal from their building. The Administrative Support Form can also be found on the Application Forms page.

When is the application deadline?
Applicants must submit completed grant proposals to The Concord Trust via Google form by February 15 at 5 p.m. The Concord Trust will notify applicants after its March board meeting.

When are grants awarded?
Grants are awarded at The Concord Trust’s Annual Award ceremony in mid April.

How can I contact The Concord Trust with questions about a specific grant proposal?
If you have a question about preparing a grant proposal, contact us here.