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2017-2018 Awards & Grants

Hidden Talent Grants – Helping to Prepare
and Propel the Future Generations

Hidden Talent – Independent STEM Grant Hidden Talent Independent STEM Grant is open to 501(c)3 organizations who create programs that build and prepare a pipeline of talent for college-ready Middle – High School youth in Science, Technology, Engineering and/or Math.

Hidden Talent – Independent College Prep Hidden Talent Independent College Preparation/Readiness program is open to any 501(c)3 who creates or builds and prepares a pipeline of talent for overall college readiness for High School students.

Hidden Talent – Reading Corner 2017 Community Partnerships Open to Jack and Jill of America, Inc. Chapters who partner with a 501(c)3 organizations to create and/or build reading corners for kindergarteners to third grade students.

Helping to Heal & Restore Communities

Heart & Mind – Independent Grant
This grant will be awarded to 501(c)3 organizations who provide access to Heart & Mental Health Education and resources for the prevention, detection and/or treatment support for disadvantage or underserved communities.

Heart & Mind – Chapter Grant is meant to impact & improve heart and mental health in communities of color.  This grant is open to Jack and Jill of America, Inc. chapters to host or partner with Heart & Mental Health Agencies, organizations or companies to provide an educational Health Fair with Health Screenings for disadvantage or underserved communities.

Helping to Strengthen & Support the Family Unit

Our Village – Independent Grant
This grant is open to any 501(c)3 organization that provides programs that create or strengthen opportunities for educational or economic growth and/or nurturing of the Family Unit/Community.

Teen Leadership Community Service Grant
It is Foundation’s hope that this award enables Jack and Jill chapters or regions an opportunity to establish lasting relationships with local organizations. The objective is to provide a service learning opportunity to teens participating in Regional Teen Conference community service projects.

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