Grantee Directory

Grantee
Grant Type
Amount
Year

George Mason University Foundation, Inc.

Summer Dance Program To provide financial assistance for 90 percent of the program cost to ten hi ...
Summer Dance Program To provide financial assistance for 90 percent of the program cost to ten high school dancers from low-income families.
Good Neighbor Grant
$20,000
2013

826DC

To support the Young Author's Book Project (YABP) - 826DC's flagship publishing program, which partn ...
To support the Young Author's Book Project (YABP) - 826DC's flagship publishing program, which partners students from Washington, DC schools with professional writers to produce an anthology of student work that gives voice to students' unique experiences.
Good Neighbor Grant
$20,000
2019

CollegeTracks

CollegeTracks aims to serve 60 low-to-moderate income students in Montgomery County through the enha ...
CollegeTracks aims to serve 60 low-to-moderate income students in Montgomery County through the enhancement and expansion of its High-Flyer Program, designed to identify and serve high-achieving, first-generation-to-college students to ensure they apply and are accepted to highly-selective colleges and scholarships, and set them on a course for lifelong success.
Good Neighbor Grant
$35000
2020

Scholarship Fund of Alexandria

The Scholarship Fund of Alexandria requests funding for a pilot program to help 25 high-achieving, l ...
The Scholarship Fund of Alexandria requests funding for a pilot program to help 25 high-achieving, low-income, and/or first-generation juniors who have the potential to be accepted into highly selective universities but do not have the knowledge of the college selection, application and funding process to determine their best match colleges.
Good Neighbor Grant
$33,370
2020

Foundation of the State Arboretum

The purpose of this field experience is to provide Clarke County high school students with a 4-day ...
The purpose of this field experience is to provide Clarke County high school students with a 4-day immersion into Chesapeake Bay ecology, economy, careers, and culture to showcase connections between their Chesapeake Bay headwaters region and the Bay estuary exposing them to agriculture they never would have experienced otherwise.
Good Neighbor Grant
$12,950
2020

CollegeTracks

To serve 60 Montgomery County students from financially stressed households through the enhancement ...
To serve 60 Montgomery County students from financially stressed households through the enhancement and expansion of our now virtual High-Flyer Program. Our High-Flyer program identifies high-achieving, first-generation-to-college students to ensure they apply and are accepted to highly-selective colleges and scholarships, setting them on a course for lifelong success.
Good Neighbor Grant
$35,000
2021

Loudoun Education Foundation

To support college visits for the AVID students, which is a program across Loudoun County Public Sch ...
To support college visits for the AVID students, which is a program across Loudoun County Public Schools to provide academic and social support to underserved student populations within our schools. These tours will increase college and university enrollment by a population of students that is traditionally underserved. Tours will accommodate approximately all 295 AVID students.
Good Neighbor Grant
$10,000
2020

Educacion Para Nuestro Futuro Founded By Escuela Bolivia

To support the Emerging Leaders Program (ELP), which will promote college access for approximately 7 ...
To support the Emerging Leaders Program (ELP), which will promote college access for approximately 792 low-income, academically promising immigrant youth in Northern Virginia by empowering students to set high expectations for pursuing a postsecondary education and helping them achieve career goals through one-on-one college application, scholarship, and financial aid counseling.
Good Neighbor Grant
$20,000
2021

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