Grants to Mississippi nonprofit organizations for programs that benefit residents in eligible counties. Programs may fall into one of the following categories: technology in education, early childhood education, place-based education and civic engagement, and the future
Grants to Mississippi nonprofit organizations in eligible counties for community benefit programs. Priority will be given to programs in the areas of diversity and youth. Other interest areas include education, strengthening local communities, and developing inclusive m
Grants to Mississippi landowners in eligible counties for projects related to habitat maintenance. Grant funds will defray the costs of implementing and conducting prescribed fires. Eligible habitat types include pines, hardwoods, fallow fields, and warm-season grasses.
Grants to Mississippi collaboratives comprised of public school districts, local Head Start affiliates, childcare centers, private and parochial schools, and agencies working with young children and families to support, establish, facilitate, and expand high-quality ear
Grants of up to $1,000 to Mississippi nonprofit organizations and government entities to support the arts during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) health crisis. Funding is intended to hire professional artists for organizational and curriculum development and for conference s
Grants to Tennessee, Arkansas, and Mississippi nonprofit organizations in eligible counties to benefit the community. Focus areas include community enhancement, arts and culture, health and human services, education, and social justice and ethics. Eligible organizations
Grants of $2,000 to Mississippi public and private school teachers in eligible counties to support creative projects that help children learn. Funding is intended to honor and assist educators who have developed innovative teaching solutions, demonstrate strong leadersh
Grants of up to $2,500 to Arkansas, Tennessee, and Mississippi PreK-12 teachers in eligible locations to advance student learning. Funding is intended to promote excellence in both academic and social-emotional education during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) health crisis.
Grants of up to $2,000 to Mississippi nonprofit organizations or programs and initiatives that enhance public education and special education in eligible school districts. Funding is intended for organizations involved in improving the quality of life for local resident
In-kind services to a Mississippi cultural heritage institution to digitize and electronically publish significant collections of scholarly or historic materials. The purpose of the program is to provide training and digitization services to institutions that lack the n
Grants of up to $1,000 to Mississippi nonprofit organizations for the development of new educational projects at schools in eligible school districts. Funding is intended for schools serving students from predominately low-income backgrounds. Eligible projects benefit s
Grants to Mississippi nonprofit organizations for programs to promote animal welfare. Previously funded initiatives include animal rescue programs, humane societies, and animal shelter support groups. Eligible programs may include animal adoption, spaying and neutering,