Kōkua Hawaiʻi Foundation Mini Grants
Kōkua Hawaiʻi FoundationMini-Grants fund projects and teachers from Hawaiʻi schools to assist in advancing their environmental goals in the classroom and pursue stewardship endeavors. KHF Mini-Grants are available to assist Hawai’i public school teachers pay for supplies and trainings for their classroom environmental education initiatives of up to $200 per teacher or $1,000 per school.
Applications for the 2013-14 school year will be available on June 1, 2013.
Here are a few mini-grant ideas:
Bishop Museum: Holoholo Science - We Come to You!
Holoholo Science is a traveling science outreach program that brings exciting, hands-on, standards-based science to your school. Presented by dynamic science educators, the programs encourage inquiry and exploration, and offer the rare chance to handle scientific specimens, cultural artifacts, and state-of-art equipment. For more information please visit their site: www.bishopmuseum.org
The Green House
Does your classroom need a worm bin? Would you like a classroom workshop on eco-footprints from The Green House? Are you ready to start a garden with your students?
For more information please visit their site: www.thegreenhousehawaii.com