Classroom Enrichment Grant

This grant round has closed.

The Meemic Foundation has partnered with Lakeshore® to provide up to $100 for items to enrich your classroom during this 2017-18 school year!

This grant is specifically designed to provide educators the ability to purchase up to $100 in items that will enhance the learning experience in their classroom. Lakeshore® is a leading developer and retailer of top-quality education materials. Since 1954, Lakeshore has offered innovative learning materials distinguished by their quality, educational merit and safety.

This Classroom Enrichment grant round offers our Foundation Club Members who are employed by an educational institution a way to add additional spark to their classrooms with products from Lakeshore®. It’s easy to apply* online – a simple two-question application can be quickly completed in minutes.

Foundation Club Members can apply for a Classroom Enrichment grant through December 31, 2017, with selected grant recipients notified by February 16, 2018. Grant recipients will receive special instructions on how to purchase their supplies. The grant will only be redeemable for online use. The grant must be used by April 30, 2018.

Through our partnership with Lakeshore®, our Classroom Enrichment Grant program will provide up to $100 that can be used for any and all of your classroom needs.

Ready to get started? Login to your Foundation Club Member account* to apply for a Classroom Enrichment grant.

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Apply Now for a Classroom Enrichment grant.
*Educational institutions must have a physical presence and operate within the state of Illinois, Michigan or Wisconsin. Only Foundation Club Members that are employed at an eligible school are qualified to apply. Winners will be randomly selected. Grant applications will be divided by region or state. Within each such defined area, 1,000 grant recipients will be randomly selected in total with up to 300 winners in Illinois, up to 400 winners in Michigan and up to 300 winners in Wisconsin. No more than three winners per school.