Community Partnership Grants

2020-21 Community Partnership Grant applications are open now closed. Check back soon for 2021-22 Grants information.

This program supports grants that enhance learning through community partnerships and targeted funding opportunities that extend CEF’s efforts in art, music, technology and other vital areas to bolster educational support services and enrich educational programming. The Foundation aims to fund proposals that develop and sustain valuable links with nonprofit organizations that share our commitment to support CUSD students and families. Proposals should be well-articulated with identifiable goals and a clear vision for collaborative education partnership(s) between nonprofit organizations and teachers, school sites, District-sponsored programs, or the general Claremont community.

 

2020–2021 Community Partnership Grant Recipients

CLASP: Claremont After School Programs

Claremont After School Programs (CLASP) – $2,000

Online Tutoring During Distance Learning

Funding will support materials and tutors designed to allow CLASP to offer online tutoring services to students across the district.

Claremont Heritage

Claremont Heritage – $2,000

3rd Grade Local History Program Online

Funding will allow Claremont Heritage to move its third-grade Claremont history program online. Their creative programming includes a Zoom session, which will take the 500 CUSD third graders on a virtual field trip to historical spots around town, where they will learn about local history.

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