Bee Grant Program
Whole Kids Foundation
Predicted deadline: Oct 31, 2024
Grant amount: US $500 - US $1,500
Fields of work: Apiculture/Beekeeping
Applicant type: Nonprofit
Funding uses: Education / Outreach, Project / Program
Location of project: United States
Location of residency: United States
NOTE: Traditional Bee Grant and Renewal Bee Grant have different deadlines. See the website for details.
Traditional Bee Grant
The Traditional Bee Grant allows for K-12 schools or non-profit organizations that serve any grades K-12 to start a new or enhance an existing bee program hosting live bees on their campus.
About the Program
A choice of a monetary or equipment grant intended to support schools in bringing live bees to their campus or grow their already existing educational hive program.
Monetary Grant: $1,500 monetary grant
Equipment Grant: Indoor Observation Hive
Equipment Grant: Traditional Langstroth Hive
RENEWAL BEE GRANT
The Renewal Bee Grant allows for K-12 schools or non-profit organizations that have previously received a Bee Grant to receive support to grow their programs.
About the Program
A $500 monetary grant intended to boost or support existing educational bee programs. Applicant must have received a Traditional Bee Grant from Whole Kids Foundation in 2019 or earlier to be eligible. Live bees are not required to apply for this grant.
Also included with grant award:
One-on-one Program Consultation with The Bee Cause Project for program development, technical support, and beekeeper guidance (if applicable).
Educator Resource Pack to provide the strategies and tools needed to grow a strong Bee Program. This includes core compliant lessons, activities, distance learning experiences, Bee Program budgeting and planning tools, community engagement opportunities, and more.
You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.
- Applicant must be a non-profit school or non-profit children’s programming organization that works with students in the grade range kindergarten through college level.
- The honey bee hive must be used as an educational tool for students in some fashion.
- The principal or executive director must be aware of and supportive of the honey bee hive.
- A certified beekeeper must commit to support and maintain the honey bee hive as the “Bee Mentor”.
- There must be an individual at the school or organization who is the designated “Bee Advocate”.
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