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The Foundation is looking to fund School and Community Mini-Grant projects.

BEF provides quick funding for small projects through its Mini-Grant programs. It has two Mini-Grant programs: the Community Mini-Grant program for the Brookfield community, and the K-12 Mini-Grant program for schools.


K-12 Mini-Grants for Schools

The purpose of the K-12 Mini-Grant Program is to provide funding for classroom or school library educational projects. Through this funding, the Mini-Grant Program aims to enhance classroom experiences, stimulate interest in learning, foster creativity, and encourage the exploration of concepts, ideas and principles beyond the core curriculum.

If you'd like to apply for a K-12 Mini-Grant, click here to download the BEF K-12 Mini-Grant Request Application form. Download form, complete, save as a Word document, and email completed form to grant@brookfieldeducationfoundation.org.


Community Mini-Grants

The Community Mini-Grant Program provides funding for community educational projects. This program aims to stimulate interest in learning, foster creativity, and encourage the exploration of concepts, ideas and principles.

If you'd like to apply for a Mini-Grant, click here to download the BEF Community Mini-Grant Request Application form.Download form, complete, save as a Word document, and email completed form togrant@brookfieldeducationfoundation.org.


Please refer to our mission for further grant guidelines. If you have any questions throughout the grant application process, please contact the grant liaison:

Center Elementary School
Colette Sturm 203-740-0826 dcsturm@charter.net
Huckleberry Hill Elementary School
Terri Kavanagh 203-775-9691 terrikav@sbcglobal.net
Whisconier Middle School
Susan Queenan 203-775-6239 s.queenan@sbcglobal.net
Brookfield High School
Christine Lennon 203-546-8149 mcckc1987@aol.com
Community Grant
Laurie Levitt 203-775-2797 LLevitt@williampitt.com