Foundation / Corporation
Pet Care Trust
Grants of up to $125 and in-kind grants of pet store discounts to USA and Canada PreK-9 teachers to teach about responsible pet care and bonding with animals. Funding is intended to offset the costs of current pet maintenance or for the purchase of new pets for the classroom. Eligible pets include small mammals, birds, fish, reptiles, and arachnids.
Pets in the Classroom is an educational grant program that provides financial support to teachers to purchase and maintain small animals in the classroom. The program was established by the Pet Care Trust to provide children with an opportunity to interact with pets—an experience that can help to shape their lives for years to come.
The Pet Care Trust, in partnership with industry retailers and pet product suppliers, offers three different types of Pets in the Classroom grants:
You may purchase your pet, its habitat, food, bedding, toys, gravel, filters, lights, or anything else required to support your pet to live in your classroom.
GrantWatch ID#: 160107
The Pet Care Trust, in partnership with our industry retailers and pet product suppliers, offers three different types of Pets in the Classroom grants:
- Store Grants (choose one of 6 participating retailers)
- Rebate grants ($75 for small animal; $125 for fish/reptile/amphibian)
- Sustaining ($50 yearly for maintenance of current pet)
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Choose the appropriate grant type and apply online:
For questions or if you do not hear anything from us regarding your grant after 2-3 weeks, you may contact firstname.lastname@example.org, tel:443-921-2825 X 120, or Stephanieg@kingmgmt.org, tel:443-921-2825 X 114.
Email contact form:
Phone: 443-921-2825 x 114 or 120
Pets in the Classroom
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Abingdon, MD 21009
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