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Project Bread is pleased to offer grant opportunities for schools and school districts to support increased participation and quality of the School Breakfast program throughout Massachusetts for the 2019-2020 academic year.
All applications for funding are submitted and reviewed in our Online Community Grant Portal. If you have never requested funding from Project Bread using this portal, you will need to set up an account as a "New Applicant". Before applying, please carefully read the instructions on the grants information page to learn how to correctly start a new application or return to a saved application.
A funding opportunity for schools in Massachusetts with at least 30% of students eligible for free or reduced-price meals to launch a new Breakfast After the Bell model.
A funding opportunity for schools mandated by the Massachusetts State Budget to serve Breakfast After the Bell, this opportunity offers support to schools to launch a new Breakfast After the Bell model, or expand upon their current model.
A funding opportunity for schools or districts currently operating a Breakfast After the Bell model who are looking to serve healthier menu items.
Determine that your school/district is both eligible and able to complete the requirements if awarded funds by carefully reviewing the below guidelines for each grant opportunity:
Districts applying for more than one Project Bread grant opportunity will still only be eligible for a total of $12,500 spread over all grant opportunities.
You play an important role in our work. Funds for our Community Grant Program are largely made possibly by people like you—caring residents who take part in our annual community fundraiser, the Walk for Hunger (May 5, 2019), and dedicated corporate partners committed to ending hunger in Massachusetts. Until hunger ends, join us.