Apply for a Grant

  • Bosch BE3ST Grants are available to staff for grants of $1,000 for an individual project and $2,000 for a shared grant to support STEM projects. For more information about this grant visit:

    The Bosch BE3ST grant opportunity closes on Wednesday - October 30, 2019

    NOTE: This is not a new opportunity; however it is a new way of applying for these funds. In the past these resources were awarded during the foundation’s existing grant cycle. Now these funds have their own application process. Staff have to register following Bosch's process before applying for this grant.

    2019/2020 FFHEF Innovation Grant Program The Foundation accepts grant applications to fund innovative educational programs from Farmington Public Schools’ staff, PTAs/PTSAs, booster and student-led groups, and school support organizations who seek funding for additional resources that support creative ideas and challenging opportunities for the students of Farmington Public Schools. Innovation grants promote educational leadership and academic excellence in four investment areas: Technology Integration, Scholastic Achievement, the Arts, and Extracurricular Enrichment. The Foundation encourages projects which can be developed, shared and replicated throughout FPS. Enclosed are printed materials for you to review with your team including an overview of each of the type of grants, a printed application (reminder: official application can only be made online, the printed application is for reference purposes only) and our FFHEF Grant Policy

     Through the Foundation’s grant allocation process, Farmington Public Schools will receive additional funding to bring additional programs and resources for FPS students. With the generous support of our donors, the Foundation offers three types of grants: Mini Grants (up to $750), Collaborative Grants (up to $1,500) and Major Project Grants that have impact across the district (up to $5,000). Major Project Grants submitted will be reviewed with district leadership prior to the Grant Allocation’s Committee’s decision. The number of grants awarded will be dependent upon the number of applications received, district initiatives and available funds. The Online Application is available at Applicants must first register before applying for a grant. The registration can be completed BEFORE beginning your registration. NEW: Applicants can now begin a grant application and save their work before submitting. Paper applications will not be accepted.

    The application will close automatically on Monday, November 18, 2019 at 11:59pm.

     2019-2020 FFHEF Innovation Grant Allocation Schedule 

    • Online Applications open: Wednesday, August 1, 2019
    • Online Application submission deadline: Monday, November 18, 2019 at 11:59
    • Awards Publicly Announced: Monday, February 3, 2020

    Questions regarding either grant application process may be directed to