Grants for Service-Learning Projects Available, May 1 Deadline

Red BG JPGThe State Farm ® Youth Advisory Board (YAB) is now accepting service-learning grant applications! Every year, the YAB offers grants ranging from $25,000 to $100,000 to service-learning projects that create sustainable change in local communities across the country.

Schools and non-profit organizations are eligible to apply if they can show how it will impact student achievement in the public K-12 curriculum. Since launching eight years ago, the State Farm YAB has awarded more than $31.4 million in grants to various students and groups, impacting more than 18 million lives.

To be eligible, applicants must have a youth contact and an adult administrator. And, each grant request fall under:

Community Safety and Justice

  • Environmental Responsibility
  • Economic Inclusion and Financial Literacy
  • Access to Higher Education
  • Health and Wellness
  • Arts and Culture

Visit the State Farm YAB Facebook page and Twitter for more information about applying .

Applications are due May 1.

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