There are two weeks left until the New York Life Foundation’s Aim High grant competition closes!
The New York Life Foundation’s Aim High grant competition seeks applications from afterschool, summer, or expanded learning programs serving underserved middle-school youth. Take a look to see which opportunity is a good fit for you, and apply today!
- Eight (8) grants of $50,000 per year over the span of two years (for a total award of $100,000) will go to OST programs with annual program budgets of $250,000 or more and annual organizational budgets of $500,000 or more.
- Eight (8) grants of $25,000 per year over the span of two years (for a total award of $50,000) will go to OST programs with annual organizational budgets of $250,000 or more.
- Ten (10) awards of $15,000 over one year will go to OST programs with annual organizational budgets of $150,000 or more with a focus on supporting programs in their efforts around advancing racial equity and social justice.
Read the full application and eligibility requirements, and watch last week’s webinar learn more about this opportunity. Applications are due February 1, 2021 at 5 p.m. E.T.
Grant funds may be used for technical assistance, enhancing direct service activities, and/or program expansion, should a program be in a position to do so. Applicants will need to describe how programs support youth in the transition to the ninth grade and how they are continuing to serve youth in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Two-year grant applicants will need to demonstrate results around indicators of success such as on-time promotion; school attendance rates; improved behavior, grades and test scores; and/or the development of social and emotional skills.
- One-year grant applicants will need to describe how they intend to improve the supports they provide to youth related to social justice and racial equity efforts.
Afterschool Alliance looks forward to receiving your application, and good luck! Please feel free to reach out to the Afterschool Alliance at email@example.com.