Grants

Grants

Since 1990, CU Schools Foundation has accepted applications from educators in the Champaign and Urbana public schools, and awarded MORE THAN A MILLION DOLLARS based on these proposals. We fund a broad spectrum of projects to help children of all ages and all levels of accomplishment. The benefits of these projects continue long after the initial investment. READ MORE about how CU Schools Foundation grants are making a difference in our schools.

If you’d like to invest in classroom innovation, consider making a gift today.

Forms for A Gift for the Fine Arts:

Attention Urbana K-5 Arts teachers: The application for the Fall 2018 Gift of the Fine Arts opens April 1. The deadline to submit applications is May 18th, 2018

Forms for The Gift of Music:

Attention Unit 4 music teachers: The application for the Fall 2018 Gift of Music Grant opens April 1. The deadline to submit applications is May 18th, 2018

The Krannert Youth Series Grant:

This grant is made possible by Rich and Susan McDonald
The goal of the grant program is to support Champaign Unit 4 or Urbana School District #116 PreK-12 student attendance at Youth Series events at the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts (KCPA) at the University of Illinois in Urbana, IL.

The application for the Krannert Youth Series Grant opens April 1. The deadline to submit applications is May 18th, 2018.

Urbana School District #116 News

  • Public Sale Auction Information of Former Washington School
    by jgeigner on May 24, 2018 at 3:30 pm

    Urbana School District #116 announces the public sale by auction of the property located at 1102 N. Broadway, the former Washington School.  The date for the sale is June 25, 2018 at 2:00pm. The site is well suited for low-density residential uses. It is in a residential area directly across from Crystal Lake Park and Anita […]

Champaign Unit 4 Schools News

  • Update on Unit 4 Facilities Projects
    by schmitem on May 23, 2018 at 8:37 pm

    The school year may be wrapping up, but our facilities projects keep moving along! Since the $183.4 million referendum passed in November 2016 and the District […]