NAES is pleased to offer Outreach Fund Grants and Episcopal Urban School Alliance (EUSA) Grants to members of the Association.
Outreach Fund Grants
Each school year NAES distributes 10% of its budgeted Annual Fund goal (but not less than $12,000) as grants to members, associate members, and regional, state, or diocesan Episcopal schools organizations. These grants support projects commensurate with the mission and philosophy of the Association.
2013-2014 Outreach Fund Grants Cycle
June 1, 2013 is the application deadline for grants to be awarded for use in the 2013-2014 school year beginning July 1, 2013.
Your school must be a member in good standing for both the 2013-2013 year and the 2013-2014 year in order to apply for and receive a grant. Non-members may not apply.
NAES will releases grant funds for 2013-2014 only upon receipt of your membership for that year.
Episcopal Urban School Alliance (EUSA) Grants
Through the generosity of individuals and foundations, NAES has established a rotating grants program for Episcopal Urban School Alliance (EUSA) members to further institutional planning and board development, professional development of faculty and staff, and marketing and recruiting efforts.
Eligibility for these grants is limited to schools that are:
- NAES member schools that are members of EUSA for both the year your school applies and year for which you receive a grant, with all dues and fees fully paid; and
- Regular participants in EUSA-related events.
Grant applications are reviewed by the EUSA Grants Committee consisting of:
- NAES Executive Director and Associate Director;
- One non-EUSA school head; and
- One EUSA school head not applying for/eligible for a grant for that academic year;
The Committee establishes grant priorities each year prior to the call for grant applications and meets once a year to review applications for EUSA grants.
2013-2014 EUSA Grants Cycle
Friday, April 26, 2013 is the application deadline for grants to be awarded for use in the 2013-2014 school year beginning July 1, 2013.