Grant Submissions

The Trust reviews outstanding grant requests at its monthly (September through June) meetings. To be considered, grant requests should reach the Trust at least ten days prior to any given meeting.

September 6, 2022   •   October 18, 2022   •   November 15, 2022   •   December 20, 2022   •   January 17, 2023
   February 21, 2023   •   March 21, 2023  •   April 18, 2023   •   May 16, 2023   •   June 20, 2023   

  • Click HERE to download the standard grant request form. This form was revised March 15, 2023. PREVIOUS FORMS SHOULD NOT BE USED. The standard form must be used if
    • request is for more than $500, or
    • request is for "seed money" to start a program that will be ongoing, or
    • request is for purchase of technology which will be integrated with existing technology
  • Click HERE to download the short grant request form. This form was revised March 15, 2023. PREVIOUS FORMS SHOULD NOT BE USED.
  • Email the completed form to grantsubmission@harvardschoolstrust.orgThe Trust will send a return email to confirm that the request was received. If the confirmation is not received within 48 hours, applicants may contact the Trust at 978-456-3109.
  • Each point on the grant application must be addressed, and all questions must be answered. If questions are ignored or not answered clearly and completely, the Trust may need to postpone consideration until clarification is obtained.
  • Grant requests submitted retroactively will not be considered.
  • In awarding available funds, the Trust will give preference to the following:
    • Projects that will enrich the curriculum (as opposed to providing core curriculum, which is traditionally funded by state and local resources).
    • Projects with potential long-term impact.
    • Projects that will benefit a large number of students.
    • Inter-classroom, inter-discipline, and multi-teacher projects.
  • After consideration, an HST director will advise the applicant of the status of the request.
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