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Toyota Drive

Providing grant amounts ranging from $500 to $3,000.

Students learn best in environments where they feel safe, inspired and free to explore. The Driving Resilience, Inclusion, Value and Enrichment (DRIVE) grant program is one part of Toyota’s commitment to expanding access to opportunities and creating a culture of inclusion to strengthen the Huntsville community.

Through an expanded partnership with the United Way, Toyota has developed this grant to support and sustain positive outcomes within eight schools in the Huntsville City School System: Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School, Lakewood Elementary School, James I. Dawson Elementary School, Rolling Hills Elementary School, Chapman Middle School, Ronald E. McNair Jr. High School, Mae Jemison High School and Lee High School.

Learn more details and apply below.

Eligible schools: Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary, Lakewood Elementary, Dawson Elementary, Rolling Hills, Chapman Middle School, McNair Jr. High School, Jemison High School and Lee High School

Grants will cover the following projects/needs:

  • Classroom/building updates that improve learning experiences for students, and work environments for teachers
  • Technology (hardware) that improves efficiencies, access, and learning opportunities
  • Professional Development that improves teachers’ ability to impact student learning
  • Technology (software) that fosters academic improvement
  • Curriculum and/or innovative initiatives that drive and/or support learning outcomes
  • Creating experiential opportunities for students such as field trips

Application requirements:

  • Project must align with district priorities/protocols
  • Must be approved by school Principal
  • A project report will be required (success stories, photos, quotes, etc.)

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