Current Grant Opportunities

Innovation in Teaching Competition

The Innovation in Teaching Competition promotes excellence in the classroom by: (a) recognizing and rewarding Georgia’s most effective educators, and (b) making examples of their practices available to Georgia’s teachers and leaders on the Georgia Public Broadcasting website.

Review the grant guidelines.

Tiny Grants

Tiny Grants provide traditional public schools, charter schools, and school districts between $1,000 and $7,000 to implement innovative projects that deeply engage students. 

GOSA will be conducting the next review of Tiny Grant applications in September.

Review the grant guidelines.

Community Partnership Grants

The Innovation Fund is pleased to announce Community Partnership Grants – a new grant opportunity for public schools, school districts, and 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations. Community Partnership Grants provide between $35,000 to $75,000 over one to two years for eligible organizations – in partnership with appropriate schools, districts, and community, state, or national organizations – to implement programs focused on one of the Community Partnership Grant priority areas. 

Community Partnership  Grants are made possible by the Innovation Fund Foundation and are funded with donations from the Qualified Education Donation Tax Credit.  

Review the grant guidelines and submit your application by June 30, 2018.

Innovation Fund FY19 Funding Cycle 

The Fiscal Year 2019 Funding Cycle will support school districts, traditional public schools, charter schools, and RESAs in developing, implementing, and scaling radically innovative education programs.  GOSA seeks to fund programs that target the root causes of challenging and complex problems.

Review the grant guidelines.

GOSA Grant Programs