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PNC Grow Up Great
Part of a $100 million investment in early childhood education by the PNC Financial Services Group, the PNC Grow Up Great grant program offers $503,000 to better prepare children, from birth to age five, for school. Grants will be awarded to 12 early-education organizations, including Head Start centers. Nearly $50 million of PNC\'s overall investment will be devoted to grants to nonprofit early-education organizations over the next 10 years.

Project Enhance Program
Through its Project Enhance Program, Computers for Youth (CFY) distributes working Pentium-level computers to New York City public schools for use within the school building. School administrators interested in being considered for Project Enhance should eMail the program. CFY fills requests for donations on a first-come, first-served basis, while also balancing requests to ensure equity among boroughs and districts.

Science and Technology Studies
The STS Program provides a range of funding opportunities designed to support the full spectrum of research, educational, and scholarly activities undertaken by scholars within science and technology studies. Projects may include individual scholars, collaborative research, post-doctoral fellowships, professional development fellowships,dissertation research improvement, grants for training and research,support for conferences and workshops.

Spirit of America Award
This awards honors an individual who has made a significant or special contribution that exemplifies the American Democratic Spirit by standing up for equity, freedom, and the American spirit of justice.

Sprint Foundation Grants
The Sprint Foundation supports educational projects that foster school reform through the use of new technologies and through fresh approaches to the enhancement of teachers\' skills. Although Sprint does not have an application form, the foundation recommends that applicants identify how their projects support Sprint\'s objectives: innovation and the use of technology in the classroom; enhanced education for minorities and/or the disadvantaged; and increased employee and public support of education. Schools and other education-related nonprofit agencies can apply for grants totaling about $500,000 per year.

Staples Recycle for Education
Staples Inc. will donate $3 to public schools for every eligible ink cartridge they collect. Staples created the \"Staples Recycle for Education\" program in July 2003 to encourage cartridge recycling at its 1,100 U.S. stores but has now expanded the program nationwide. Staples now provides prepaid postage for shipping the cartridges and an account number so schools can monitor the status of reimbursement checks and total collection counts. Parents or teachers can log on to the web site below to register their school and receive a welcome kit that includes flyers to announce the program.

Texas Instruments Foundation Grants
The Texas Instruments Foundation requires no special application form. Grants usually range from $5,000 to $10,000, but the foundation has awarded some schools up to $100,000. Approximately 65 awards are granted each year. Applicants are encouraged to submit one- or two-page proposals that briefly outline the following: purpose of the organization, population served, amount requested, how the requested funds will be used, how the proposal matches funding interests of the foundation, and a copy of 501(c)(3) designation.

USA Songwriting Competition
All songwriters are encouraged to submit original songs in any of 15 categories. Winners are determined by top music industry professionals. Songs may be in any language.

William and Flora Hewlett Foundation Education Grants
The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation seeks to achieve greater quality and equality of educational opportunity in the United States and throughout the world through grants that support increased student achievement, improved access to exemplary educational content, and other goals as outlined on its web site. The foundation will not consider requests to fund student aid, individual scholarships, construction, equipment and computer purchases, health research, or health education programs. Applicants should submit a brief letter of intent for initial review, after which proposals may or may not be requested. Full proposals will not be accepted unless they are requested. Check the foundation\'s web site for details before sending a letter of intent.

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