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Matthew 19:14 Project Opens Applications for Spring Grant Cycle
By Lindsay Hansen - Thursday Feb 09, 2023
The Mathew 19:14 Project is accepting grant applications for its spring mini-grant cycle. Any Diocese of Phoenix Catholic School may apply for a grant to assist teachers and schools to create more accessible learning spaces. Grants should not exceed $1,000 per teacher, with a maximum of $5,000 per school.

Teachers and schools can use the funding to purchase resources to support the teaching of students with exceptional learning needs, scholarship assistance for teachers to attend any professional development conference, class, or program that has a focus on improving a teacher’s skill in areas to support exceptional learners/learners with disability, or fees for any qualified service provide/consultant assisting with the success of one or more special needs students such as a behavioral specialist, speech/language, OT, Private Evaluator or Psych, etc.

The grant deadline closes on March 1 and funded applicants will be notified by March 15, 2023. Applications for grants should include names and signatures from the school principal and the teacher requesting resources, along with information about the students who will benefit from this funding.

Any questions about the mini-grant application should be sent to Kathy Johnson at [email protected] or Mary Brownell at [email protected]. To apply for a grant, click here.

About The Matthew 19:14 Project:
The Matthew 19:14 Project is a 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to provide Catholic schools in Arizona with the funding, support and resources they need to properly accommodate and serve students with special needs. To learn more about The Matthew 19:14 Project, visit