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Spring Grant Application Deadline: March 29, 2024

In keeping with our mission to enrich education, develop leadership, and better our community, the South Baldwin Chamber Foundation gives Student & Teacher Grant awards for programs meeting the critical needs of the schools we serve.


Grants are awarded based on the receipt of thoroughly completed applications and the thoughtful deliberation and recommendations of the South Baldwin Chamber Foundation’s Grants Review Committee.


More than $275,000 in Student & Teacher Grants has been awarded since 2005.

The South Baldwin Chamber Foundation endorses 21st Century Learning as a top priority for our schools and community. If you or your students seek funding for a current program or new idea addressing the development of the following 21st-century learning skills, you are encouraged to complete our grant application online. We also require student endorsement of teacher submissions and teacher endorsement of student submissions.

21st Century Learning is an integrated, interdisciplinary, project-based approach to developing the following skills:

  • Critical thinking and problem solving

  • Collaboration across networks and leading by influence

  • Agility and adaptability

  • Initiative and entrepreneurialism

  • Effective oral and written communication

  • Accessing and analyzing information

  • Curiosity and imagination

We also recognize the continued need for a back-to-basics approach and encourage grant applications for any program impacting the learning success of our students. Our overall goal is for every student to graduate prepared for college, career, and success in the global marketplace. Any program or project effectively addressing this goal will be considered for Student & Teacher Grant funding.

Grants will be awarded no later than Friday, March 24, 2023. Teachers will receive notifications via email.



Needs Request

If it is outside grant season and you have a need in your school or classroom, please submit a needs request. SBCF may not be able to fulfill the request but could connect you to a community leader that can!

Thanks for submitting!

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