Through its grants programs, NAES supports its current members and their efforts on a variety of fronts. These include Episcopal identity, equity and justice, partnerships with Episcopal schools in Haiti, leadership development, and the spiritual and professional growth of school leaders.
Below is information about how your member school can participate in these grants programs:
- Outreach Fund Grants
- Ann Mellow Fund for Professional Development
- Haiti Partnership Grants
- Episcopal Urban School Alliance (EUSA) Grants
Have additional questions? Email Sarah E. Tielemans, Advancement Manager, or call her at (800) 334-7626, ext, 6135.
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.
The deadline to apply for an Outreach Grant for the 2022-2023 school year is June 1, 2022. This round of grants is reserved for schools attending NAES Biennial Conference 2022. Learn more about registration rates at www.biennialconference.org/fees.
The Ann Mellow Fund for Professional Development
The Ann Mellow Fund for Professional Development is a grants program established by the NAES Governing Board, designed to assist early childhood educators in Episcopal schools with professional development opportunities. The fund is symbolic of the long-standing commitment of Ann Mellow, former NAES Associate Director, to the field of early childhood development and to adult professional development.
The current round of Ann Mellow Fund for Professional Development grants is reserved for schools attending NAES Biennial Conference 2022. Learn more about registration rates at www.biennialconference.org/fees.
Haiti Partnership Grants
Grants fund activities that enable schools to establish, enhance or expand a partnership program by providing funds for schools needing assistance for delegations to travel to Haiti, with priority for those exploring or establishing new partnerships.
Grants are awarded on a rolling basis until all grant funds are expended for the year. The grant amount may not exceed $2,500. A school must be a NAES member for both the current year in which it applies and the year in which the grant is received, with all NAES dues paid in full.
NAES gratefully acknowledges the Good Samaritan Foundation whose generous support of the Haiti Partnership Program has made this program possible.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about Haiti Partnership Grants.
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. NAES is especially grateful to the Good Samaritan Foundation for their support of EUSA.
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.
The deadline to apply for an EUSA Grant for the 2022-2023 school year is June 1, 2022. This round of grants is reserved for schools attending NAES Biennial Conference 2022. Learn more about registration rates, travel, and accommodations at www.biennialconference.org.