Camps, Clubs, and Competitions Grant

From Don Wood Foundation

The Don Wood Foundation, formerly known as the 80/20 Foundation Trust, is the result of a dream by Don Wood, founder of 80/20 Inc., to create opportunities for students that allow them to pursue careers in industrial trades, advanced manufacturing, leadership, and innovation.

Grant uses


We are interested in supporting programs that engage youth in technology, engineering, and/or entrepreneurship. This includes but is not limited to, STEM camps, robotics clubs, entrepreneurial pitch competitions, and STEM-related classroom programming that engage participants enrolled in K-12 public and private schools and youth-serving nonprofit organizations. Eligible programs can range from one-time or one-day experiences to ongoing, regular programming. 

The Camps, Clubs, and Competitions Grant Program is designed to benefit students in grades K-12.


Organization's Location
Program Location
IN (Adams County, Allen County, DeKalb County, Grant County, Huntington County, Kosciusko County, LaGrange County, Noble County, Steuben County, Wabash County, Wells County, Whitley County)
Organization Type
Public and private K-12 schools
CTE centers
Fiscally-sponsored organizations


Alcoholic beverages
Annual funds or operating funds
Cash reserves, endowment accounts, deficit reduction or elimination
Fundraising costs or activities that are solely for the purpose of fundraising
Home office workspace
Items typically covered by federal or state funding
Projects that enhance the property of religious institutions
Projects that promote political, denominational, religious, or sectarian ideas
Purchase of artwork or vehicles
Taxes and interest
Travel outside of the United States
not specified


Required Attachments
501(c)(3) Letter
Project Budget
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