Get Funding to Host PTA Programs!

National PTA is offering over $600K to over 500 PTAs to help conduct programs for families in the areas of digital safety, STEM, healthy lifestyles, the arts and family engagement. The application period is now open. By answering a few questions, your PTA can be eligible for $1,250 or more in program funding to help cover expenses like food, transportation and translation services to ensure all families can participate. No prior grant writing experience is needed. Visit to learn more and apply.

New! Fall 2022 Programs Grants

National PTA is offering over $600K to nearly 500 PTAs!

National PTA and their generous sponsors are offering over $600,000 in funding for PTAs/PTSAs that are in good standing as defined by their state PTA and interested in implementing a fun and engaging National PTA program focused on STEM, literacy, digital citizenship, mental health, healthy lifestyles or the arts.

While funding is not needed to implement PTA Programs, it can be used as extra support in running programs or making programs more accessible to all students. The application process is easy (no prior grant-writing experience is needed) and the funding will help you reach your PTA’s goals in your school community.

The application process for available program funding will close Tuesday, Sept. 27 at 5:00 p.m. EDT. Check out available opportunities on the National PTA Website. Before completing your application, we suggest you carefully review the grant descriptions, associated program pages and rubric that will be used to score your application. [Source: National PTA]

Grant Opportunity for COVID-19 Relief Funding

Phase Two funding is now open nationally to all local and District/Council/Region PTAs. Applications can be submitted through our grants portal from June 1 – July 12th.

In addition to providing the funding to PTAs and school communities, National PTA launched a comprehensive webpage at with resources, tools and information to support families and educators amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Further, National PTA has been advocating for access and support for families and schools for online learning, access to school meals, funding for family engagement, and fiscal and policy relief for state and local education agencies.