Irvine Accepting Applications for Educational Partnership Grants
Committed to enhancing academic and health programming for Irvine students, the Irvine City Council has agreed to allocate up $500,000 for the City's Educational Partnership Fund - a program which grants funds to schools serving Irvine students in grades K through 12.
Public school districts or lawfully-formed California non-profit corporations working in partnership with the Irvine Unified School District or Tustin Unified School District are eligible to apply.
Application programs/activities must be designed to directly enhance health services, like on-site nursing, nutrition or guidance programs, for Irvine children K-12 and be deliverable at a public school(s) located within the boundaries of the City of Irvine.
Applicants are encouraged to attend a grant workshop at the Irvine Civic Center on Monday, September 21 at 9 a.m. Applications are available electronically (below) or at Irvine City Hall's Community Services Department, located on the second floor at 1 Civic Center Plaza. Only hard-copy applications will be accepted. Application deadline is 4 p.m. on Thursday, October 29.
Up to $100,000 can be allocated to a single grant request. All awards and funding allocations are contingent upon City Council approval. Funds are expected to be granted in February 2010.
For more information about the Educational Partnership Fund application, contact TBD
( Application Packet )