Funding Options to Bring STEMpunk to Your Classroom or School

Quality, innovative programming is expensive to develop  and deliver, let alone purchase. An educator's reality of having to balance limited budgets with enrichment opportunities shouldn't be a roadblock to hosting STEMpunkED's learning experiences. Take some time to consider the  funding options below to help bring STEMpunk™ to your classroom, school, or community venue.

STEMpunkED provides an Introducing STEMpunk flyer as well as individual Program descriptions (with mapping to State Common Core objectives and) to help you in requesting funds from your school or outside organization. We also have growing Testimonials and Partners pages to provide evidence for the benefits of our programs. Please Contact Us with any questions.


Get ED Funding

GetEdFunding is a grant-finding resource dedicated to helping educators, schools, and institutions identify the funding they need in budget-tight times. GetEdFunding hosts thousands of education, classroom, and teacher grants.



A roundup of educational grants, contests, awards, free toolkits, and classroom guides aimed at helping students, classrooms, schools, and communities. Check the page weekly to get the latest updates.

A resource database that assists teachers by providing funding for professional development, classroom enrichment/student achievement, as well as STEM and humanities grants.


Donors Choose

Donors Choose is one of the quickest ways a teacher can procure funding for classroom supplies, technology, and field trips.. Teachers post classroom project requests and donors choose the ones they want to support.


Local PTA

Contact your local PTA for classroom and school program funding opportunities. PTA's mission is to make every child’s potential a reality by engaging and empowering families and communities to advocate for all children.


Local Library: WorldCat

Contact the programming coordinator at your local public library to see if sponsoring STEMpunk in one of  their community rooms is an option. Use WorldCat to find public libraries near you.

Programs Catalog

What programs do we offer?

What We Do

What is STEMpunk?


What do our partners have to say


Who are our program partners?