Coming soon: $1.35 million in RemotEDx microgrants for nonprofit or community-based remote education partners
RemotEDx, Ohio’s suite of remote learning supports, is announcing plans to offer a new funding opportunity aimed at building and strengthening nonprofit and community-based partnerships to enrich remote education opportunities, especially for underserved students. These microgrants will be available to organizations partnering with a school, district, or consortium of schools or districts to help improve, enhance and enrich remote caring, teaching and learning opportunities for Ohio’s most underserved students. Applicants may apply for grant awards of up to $150,000.
Eligible applicants include nonprofit organizations focused on education or student success, children services and behavioral and mental health partners, nonprofit organizations that represent the voices of key stakeholders, institutions of higher education and business-related nonprofit organizations.
Details about how and when to apply for this new grant opportunity will be available on the RemotEDx website by Dec. 7, so check back often for updates.