Data Center Community Action Grants

Supporting community projects

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Direct funding to schools, non-profits and community organizations

Our Data Center Community Action Grants are one of many ways that Meta gives back to communities where we have an operational data center. These grants are available to projects that do one or more of the following:

Address critical community needs by putting the power of technology to use for community benefit

Connect people online or off

Improve local science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education

Select a location to learn more

Scroll left and right to view locations in North America and Europe

Congratulations to Meta’s 2023 Data Center Community Action Grants recipients!

North America

  • Alabama – Huntsville
  • Georgia – Stanton Springs
  • Illinois – DeKalb
  • Iowa – Altoona
  • Nebraska – Sarpy
  • New Mexico – Los Lunas
  • North Carolina – Forest City
  • Ohio – New Albany
  • Oregon – Prineville
  • Tennessee – Gallatin
  • Texas – Fort Worth
  • Utah – Eagle Mountain
  • Virginia – Henrico


  • Denmark – Odense
  • Ireland – Clonee
  • Sweden – Luleå


Alabama – Huntsville Data Center

  • 100 Black Men of Greater Huntsville

    To support creating a mentoring pipeline with students who can help shape our future by supporting the STEAMposium event, which will serve as a platform to educate and expose participants to various career opportunities.

  • Fantasy Playhouse Children's Theater (& Academy)

    To support providing free training and production programming to under-resourced youth and Title I schools to connect area youth to each other, their communities and a successful future.

  • First Stop

    To support bridging the digital divide in the homeless community through increased digital connectivity, access and education.

  • Huntsville City Schools

    To support Huntsville City Schools to provide hands-on resources, including Raspberry Pis, for middle school computer science classrooms to enhance students’ experience.

  • Huntsville-Madison County Library Foundation

    To support creating a STEM MakerSpace Studio at the downtown library to enhance existing programming and provide greater opportunities for library patrons to explore their roles as inventors, creators and problem-solvers.

  • Madison City Schools

    To support creating a Middle School Meta Makerspace in middle school libraries that serves as a STEM collaboration space.

  • Madison County School System

    To support enhancing STEM education and opportunities, create equitable experiences, and to spark interest in STEM career fields throughout Madison County and Alabama.

  • Mae Jemison High School Robotics Club Via Greater Huntsville Rotary Foundation

    To support furthering high school STEM education and leadership development through the robotics program and adult mentorship.

  • The Cap & Gown Project

    To support better, more equitable college preparation, STEM education, and college access for students across Huntsville City Schools and the surrounding area.

Georgia – Stanton Springs Data Center

  • Camp Twin Lakes

    To support growing wellness, connection, and community for children with serious illnesses, disabilities and adverse childhood experiences while providing opportunities for STE(A)M learning outside of school time.

  • Jasper County Charter School System

    To support environmental field trips in agricultural sciences for Jasper County School students to have hands-on learning experiences focused outside of the classroom.

  • Morgan County Charter School System

    To enhance STEM education for students grades K-12 with new coding devices and accessories to grow this demanding field.

  • Newton College and Career Academy

    To support the workforce of the future by utilizing virtual reality technology in the classroom.

  • Newton County 4-H Club

    To support 4-H STEM education in and out of the classroom for K-12 students in Newton County.

  • Newton County Schools

    To support providing STEM-on-the-go kits to enhance STEM access and integration for elementary students.

  • Social Circle City Schools

    To support expanding STEM classroom experiences to help all students grow their science and technology skill sets and understanding.

  • Team Up Mentoring

    To support creating a STEM-themed summer camp to improve academic engagement and performance for underserved youth with significant trauma experiences in Walton County.

  • Walnut Grove Elementary School

    To support interactive STEM learning experiences for all Walnut Grove Elementary School learners to enhance critical thinking, creativity and problem-solving.

  • Walton County Public Schools

    To support STEM initiatives that enhance digital learners’ curiosities and engagement.

  • Youth Elementary School

    To support STEM makerspaces that promote student involvement and inclusiveness for all students, specifically in STEM-related areas.

  • Youth Middle School

    To support opportunities for students to learn and integrate their coding abilities with hands-on engineering skills learned through using robotics.

Illinois – DeKalb Data Center

Iowa – Altoona Data Center

  • Altoona Public Library

    To support creating a community space designed to teach and strengthen STEAM skills.

  • Bondurant-Farrar Community Schools

    To support expanding STEM learning at each elementary school, creating a STEM makerspace at Bondurant-Farrar Junior High, and providing technology to enhance the district’s digital streaming capabilities.

  • Children & Families of Iowa

    To support leveraging virtual reality technology to develop a workforce readiness program for high-demand career fields.

  • Children and Family Urban Movement

    To support enhancing a STEAM makerspace to promote student exposure to 21st century skills.

  • Class Act Productions

    To support fostering community connection through upgraded technology for theater participants and patrons.

  • Girl Scouts of Greater Iowa

    To support creating inclusive opportunities for girls to discover new perspectives and STEM experiences through virtual reality technology.

  • Iowa Child Advocacy Board

    To support leveraging technology to recruit and train Court Appointed Special Advocates in the Southeast Polk and Bondurant-Farrar communities.

  • Mitchellville Community Center

    To support more community connection through wireless internet services and related technology.

  • Pursuit of Innovation (Pi515)

    To support providing hands-on STEM learning opportunities to underserved students across Central Iowa.

  • Science Center of Iowa

    To support providing enhanced STEM-based programming, including educator professional development and student learning opportunities, for Bondurant-Farrar Community Schools.

  • SEP Delaware Elementary

    To support developing a new STEM learning space for students.

  • Southeast Polk Community Schools

    To support expanding and enhancing computer science curriculum for thousands of students across the district’s eight elementary schools.

  • Southeast Polk Community Schools

    To support providing technology for augmentative communication devices and enhanced social and emotional learning interventions for students.

  • Southeast Polk Community Schools

    To support technology that will enhance STEAM and college and career readiness programming across the district.

  • Southeast Polk High School

    To support enhancing skilled and technical trades instruction with a new CNC lathe machine.

  • Southeast Polk Home School Assistance Program

    To support developing technology connections and enhancing STEM education for underserved home school students in Southeast Polk communities.

  • Swerve Outreach (Altoona Kids Cafe)

    To support enhancing summer STEM educational opportunities and technology for local students in need at no cost.

Nebraska – Sarpy Data Center

New Mexico – Los Lunas Data Center

North Carolina – Forest City Data Center

  • Chase Middle School

    To support creating an outdoor inquiry lab to increase students’ engagement and enhance their understanding of sustainable practices and environmental awareness through citizen science and cross-curricular activities.

  • Cleveland Community College

    To support increasing access to technology devices and internet resources to improve the lives of marginalized populations in the Cleveland County community.

  • Council on Aging for Henderson County

    To support developing a computer center, meeting center, and related digital literacy and cybersecurity courses to connect with the active aging community in a safe digital learning space.

  • e-Polk

    To support technology upgrades for PANGAEA Internet, a nonprofit internet service provider that will expand existing and future fiber connections from 100 Mbps/100 Mbps to 1 Gigabit for its Rutherford County customers.

  • Foothills Community School

    To support a STEM mobile center to provide STEM-focused, project-based learning activities at elementary schools and community events.

  • Henderson County Education Foundation

    To support providing STEM education and career exploration summer learning opportunities to elementary and middle schoolers.

  • KidSenses

    To support providing VR technology for the Kidsenses’ Tech Lab and Idea Zone in The FACTORY, the Museum’s new addition, which is designed to help youth 11 and older acquire knowledge and skills to succeed in future work environments.

  • McDowell Technical Community College

    To support developing the Mad Scientist STEM Summer Camp 2023, a four-day camp for rising eighth-grade students in McDowell County featuring interactive experiments to teach both practical and astounding science lessons.

  • Rutherfordton Food, Art & Brew

    To support creating a series of group classes and an online curriculum focused on individual growth and artistic exploration, increased economic activity, and fostering collaborations between local artisans, business owners and local government.

Ohio – New Albany Data Center

  • Alexandria Public Library

    To support the Alexandria library to develop a makerspace that will expose students of all ages to 3D printing and computers using Tinkercad, as well as to support enhancing its after-school robotic kits.

  • Big Brothers Big Sister

    To support the BBBS summer camp with a learning lab and to provide hands-on learning experiences to students that explore the ongoing effects of climate change and sustainability.

  • Girls Scout of Ohio Heartland

    To support the GSOH STEM and model rocketry program, where young girls will design, build and learn the science behind rocketry.

  • I Know I Can

    To support IKIC to launch a pilot program aimed at helping middle and high school students understand how their personal interests, strengths and values align with STEM career fields.

  • Leaders Emerging And Developing

    To support LEAD’s summer camp, where students will learn about careers in tech, marketing and other IT-focused fields.

  • Marburn Academy

    To support Marburn Academy to enhance an eLearning portal for caregivers and educators to expand their knowledge about the specific needs of children who learn differently.

  • Marburn Academy

    To support Marburn Academy to develop a comprehensive computer science curriculum to be offered to Marburn students in grades 6-12.

  • Metro Early College High School

    To support Metro Early College HS to develop an immersive VR foreign language course, with a VR lab that will help students practice conversational languages as well as understand the contextual complexities of languages all across the world.

  • New Albany Neighborhood Bridge

    To support New Albany Neighborhood Bridges to purchase 34 TI-84 Plus graphing calculators for low-income middle school students in the NA food pantry program.

  • New Albany-Plain Local Schools

    To support New Albany-Plain Local Schools and the creation of Maker Boxes for students in grades 1-3, a rocketry program for HS students, an incubator lab that brings biology to life, and a microscope lab to help middle school students understand the world under a lens.

  • The Works: Ohio Center for History, Art & Technology

    To support The Works and their Girls STEAM Ahead event, which is aimed at connecting girls in grades 9-12 with past, present and future women in STEAM.

  • Zora's House

    To support Zora's House to create an innovation center that connects women of color with technology to successfully incubate their creativity, scholarship, entrepreneurship, service and leadership in the community.

Oregon – Prineville Data Center

  • CASA of Central Oregon

    To support training and technology for Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA volunteers) serving children in foster care in Crook County.

  • Central Oregon Forest Stewardship foundation

    To support launching community conversations about dry forest management in the face of climate change, including researcher-led field trips that showcase successful projects and areas in need of restoration.

  • Central Oregon STEM Hub – High Desert Education Service District

    To support STEM enrichment for Crook County Middle School students, including CTE career-connected learning.

  • Crook County 4-H

    To support 4-H volunteers, outreach, and events that help youth develop leadership skills and connect with the community.

  • Crook County Foundation

    To support connecting people through music with a Picnic in the Park free concert series.

  • Crook County Kids Inc.

    To support providing students with tools and education that supports positive self-image and confidence to succeed in life by teaching resilience, mental fortitude, problem-solving, and social and emotional skills.

  • Crook County School District

    To support expanding and improving makerspaces for middle school wood shop classes.

  • Crook County School District

    To support upgrading the high school’s CNC plasma tables and cutting systems with parts and software.

  • Crook County School District

    To support enhanced science activities for students and families, including hosting school assemblies from Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI), science probes, curriculum, family nights, LEGO Robotics, memory games and kinesthetic puzzles.

  • Every Child Central Oregon

    To support technology that helps connect Prineville with the foster community to increase new foster home inquiries and improve support to staff and children.

  • Family Access Network Foundation

    To support children in Crook County through educational and home assistance, in coordination with the Crook County School District.


    To support local Natives to reconnect with their heritage and culture.

  • Humane Society of the Ochocos

    To support improving technology needed to support and operate the animal shelter and its thrift store.

  • KIDS Center of Central Oregon

    To support child abuse evaluation and advocacy services for children who have experienced abuse, and providing accessible prevention training for community members to reduce future incidences of abuse.

  • MountainStar Family Relief Nursery

    To support improving the technology, workspaces, and office equipment used by students and staff.

  • Ronald McDonald House Charities of Oregon & SW Washington

    To support a customized software system for the Guest Family Registry Project, which supports managing the family journey and will improve support for families accessing RH services.

  • The Father's Group

    To support the development of a Juneteenth event in the Prineville community aimed at providing an educational, fun and safe celebration.

  • The Latino Community Association

    To support local Latino events and operating support for the Prineville office.

  • Think Wild

    To support a partnership with science teachers in Crook County to develop and provide in-class and outdoor environmental education programming.

Tennessee – Gallatin Data Center

  • Borderless Arts Tennessee

    To support utilizing the arts to enhance English, math, science and technology skills of third-grade special education students, with a focus on water.

  • Children Are People

    To support teaching healthy eating through utilizing STEM-based gardening and cooking classes for K-12 students and their families.

  • Friends of Gallatin Miracle Park

    To support further developing Miracle Park’s Sensory Area with the addition of three interactive STEM playground pieces.

  • Gallatin Day Care Center

    To support adding smart boards, computers, and other technology-based materials to classrooms to support STEM education for underprivileged preschool children in Gallatin.

  • Gallatin High School

    To support creating a LEGO STEM makerspace to increase access to STEM and technology resources for Gallatin High School students.

  • Indian Lake Elementary School

    To support STEM programming through virtual reality headsets and related VR curriculum.

  • Jack Anderson Elementary School

    To support implementing a live-stream component into the school’s Kinder Goat-focused STEM programming.

  • Madison Creek Elementary School

    To support hands-on learning opportunities in coding and teamwork with LEGO robotics.

  • Millersville Elementary School

    To support further developing student coding and robotics opportunities and experiences to improve education and social-emotional gains.

  • North Sumner Elementary School

    To support the purchase of classroom sets of iPads for both kindergarten and first-grade students to support coding and robotics education programs.

  • Oakmont Elementary School

    To support creating a technology-friendly STEM research lab that includes coding and other applications for students.

  • Portland Gateview Elementary School

    To support purchasing three complete STEM stations for grades K-5 to be utilized in STEM classes and for classroom check-out.

  • Sumner County School District

    To support implementing the VEX V5 Workcell construction system to enhance workforce development training for Advanced Manufacturing occupations.

  • Unlimited Potential

    To support a partnership with Sumner County Schools to provide a safe place for students and families experiencing homelessness to go after school to access computers and tutoring to complete school assignments.

Texas – Fort Worth Data Center

  • Camp Fire First Texas

    To support STEAM-focused learning in Camp Fire out-of-school programs, grades pre-K through 12, for at least 760 students in 2023. The hands-on activities explore coding, robotics, engineering and physical science, and “STEAMulate” Camp Fire students with college readiness skills and exposure to STEAM careers.

  • Commissary is Very Necessary

    To support the Nature Smart Learning Academy after-school program in underserved communities to teach students basic gardening, hydroponics, aquaponics and aeroponics to support addressing food poverty.

  • Cook Children's Health Foundation

    To support the purchase of Glowforge, a 3D laser printer, to support STEAM project programming that will help foster patients’ creative expression and cognitive development.

  • Fort Worth Botanic Garden

    To support two weeklong environmental STEM summer camps that bring students from under-resourced neighborhoods of Fort Worth to the Fort Worth Botanic Garden to gain nature experiences, career connections, social-emotional skill building and hands-on learning.

  • Fort Worth Public Library

    To support the expansion of Full STEAM Ahead across the Fort Worth Public Library system to increase free, hands-on learning opportunities for K-12 students that cultivates their interest in STEAM, builds their capacity to engage with STEAM subjects, and provides opportunities to have conversations and collaborate with peers in a nurturing, welcoming space.

  • Fort Worth Zoo

    To support purchasing SMART Boards for use in zoo STEM education programs to help make lessons interactive and encourage an appreciation for wildlife conservation and the environment in the next generation.

  • Hope Center For Autism

    To support a STEM lab expansion that will enable students with autism to have more exposure and hands-on creative experiences in STEM subjects.

  • I.M. Terrell Academy

    To support I.M. Terrell Academy to field six VEX robotics teams with 90 engineering students to compete in regional competitions and provide equitable access to technology.

  • J.C. Thompson Elementary

    To support the “Don’t Stop Beleafing in the Smarty Plants” school garden project that gives every student the opportunity to learn collaboration with peers and gain an enriched social-emotional learning experience.

  • Kreative Architectural Design Academy

    To support a project to teach students how to program and build robots using Spike Kits and computer tablets and present finished robots to their peers and parents, teaching them teamwork, effective communication and problem-solving.

  • Performing Arts Fort Worth

    To support Performing Arts Fort Worth’s Children’s Education Program to provide free-of-charge, high-quality, curriculum-related arts in-person and virtual education presentations for students in grades 1-12 from Fort Worth and North Texas.

  • Urban Strategies

    To support the Dream, Explore, Connect project creating community-based STEM education programming for youth in partnership with HAKing Innovation, including in-person and virtual workshops, at-home STEM kits, field trips and teen apprenticeships.

Utah – Eagle Mountain Data Center

  • ACE Mentor Program of Utah, Inc.

    To support hosting STEM engagement events for juniors and seniors considering careers in architecture, engineering and construction.

  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Utah County

    To support providing hands-on STEM learning activities to 4,000 low-income and minority students in Utah to improve academic engagement.

  • Cedar Valley Elementary

    To support enhancing access to coding and technology that can be incorporated across the curriculum and learning about technology careers.

  • Cedar Valley Elementary

    To support collaboration, communication, critical thinking, and creativity through Finch robots and Snap Circuits technology.

  • Centro Hispano

    To support developing programming classes in Spanish, focusing on the fundamentals of programming in various languages for the Latinx population in Utah County.

  • Dan W. Peterson School

    To support providing a graphic design business class to teach new job skills and create enhanced products that are accessible to everyone.

  • Eagle Mountain Arts Alliance

    To support providing sound and camera equipment and streaming technology to reach out to the Eagle Mountain community.

  • Eagle Mountain Performing Arts Coalition

    To support technology such as laptops, speakers, keyboards and video production equipment to enhance the sharing of local performances.

  • Equality Utah

    To support providing SHRM-certified DEI training to faculty, staff, and students at local universities to help educate them about race, gender and sexuality.

  • Forge Forward Project

    To support creating VR and manual therapy programs to help reduce PTSD and trauma amongst veterans.

  • Fox Hollow Elementary

    To support enhancing STEM programming through students building functional models using Hummingbird robotics kits and Finch robots.

  • Just For Kids of Utah County

    To support educating and teaching participants about different ways people use technology to communicate and how to use that technology safely.

  • Orem Junior High

    To support providing new LEGO SPIKE Prime robotics kits for the school’s new robotics course.

  • Parkside Elementary

    To support providing MINDSTORM LEGO kits to introduce students to STEAM fields and help them gain confidence in their coding skills.

  • Pony Express Elementary

    To support a school greenhouse to help students learn about science, nature, plants and the environment around them.

  • Provo Bicycle Collective

    To support providing education about mechanics and cycling to the community, enabling as many people as possible to feel confident in their ability to ride and maintain a bicycle.

  • Salt Lake Community College Foundation

    To support expanding the number of veteran entrepreneurs served through social media marketing workshops and mentorship programs.

  • Tech-Moms

    To support learning the basics of coding along with career exploration instruction that allows women to make informed decisions about next steps in STEM training and prepares them to enter entry-level tech jobs.

  • The Happy Giraffe Company

    To support providing free online classes to help the local community learn budgeting skills.

  • The Leonardo Museum

    To support creating an immersive virtual reality experience that brings to life the mind of Leonardo da Vinci, his intellectual and artistic works, and his legacy in the modern world.

  • The V School

    To support delivering cutting-edge digital marketing skills aligned with industry standards and jobs available to veterans, their families and underrepresented groups.

  • United Way of Utah County

    To support expanding technology education and internet access to multiple at-risk communities in Utah County through a continuum of classes to accelerate learning tech skills.

  • Utah 4-H – USU Extension

    To support the Teens Reaching Youth program, which empowers teens with leadership and STEM skills to become catalysts for positive change within their communities.

  • Utah Schools for the Deaf and Blind Education Foundation

    To support providing assistive technology to bridge the gap caused by sensory loss, allowing children to learn about STEM subjects and to connect with their families and the community.

  • Utah Valley University

    To support capturing high-resolution footage of Timpanogos Cave and creating a virtual reality tour to preserve and share the history and features of this site.

  • Valley View Elementary

    To support students to design robotic solutions for engineering standards required at each grade level, including designing parts and creating plans for 3D printing.

  • Vista Heights Middle School

    To support game coding and construction of a class arcade, including woodshop skills, coding in Python, graphic design and digital electronics.

Virginia – Henrico Data Center

  • Boys & Girls Club of Metro Richmond

    To support enhancing a makerspace and digital arts suite for teens to explore their creativity, interests, and career and entrepreneurship opportunities at the Boys & Girls Club Teen & Community Center.

  • Building Constructive Communities Foundation

    To support purchasing technology (computers, internet, software) to enhance BCC’s cultural exchange program with youth in Senegal, as well as digital literacy skills support for the community.

  • CodeRVA Regional High School

    To support additional library books, STEM lab equipment, and science software that will help prepare a diverse population of regional students for college and careers in computer science.

  • Communities In Schools of Richmond

    To support launching four new CIS school sites in Henrico County alongside an external evaluator, who will conduct a longitudinal study evaluating the impact of the CIS model that surrounds students with a community of support to empower them to stay in school and achieve in life.

  • Cultural Roots Homeschool Cooperative

    To support creating an outdoor STEM classroom in partnership with CodeVA that serves Henderson Middle, John Marshall High and Henrico High, and is focused on exploring clean energy (solar, wind, water, kinetic), tracking weather and studying ecology through VR/AR.

  • Girls For a Change

    To support the Girl Ambassador Program (GAP), a workforce development program for Black high school-age girls that combines tech industry skill-building and socio-emotional wellness programming, with the opportunity for certifications and paid internships.

  • Greater Richmond Fit4kids

    To support the expansion of Fit4Kids’ Learning Garden program in Henrico County Public Schools through a garden educator position, who will support garden and greenhouse efforts.

  • Henrico County Public Library

    To support the installation of computer “work and play stations” in select libraries across Henrico County to enhance digital equity for people with small children through computer access with their little ones.

  • Henrico Education Foundation

    To support expanding eSports clubs across HCPS middle schools to increase student connection with their school community, reduce negative behavior, and improve attendance, well-being, and academic performance in math and science.

  • Hopecam

    To support the Champions of Hope initiative, which helps children with cancer at the Children’s Hospital of Richmond virtually connect with their family, friends, and classmates through tablets, laptops, Wi-Fi access and Hopecam resources, at no cost to families.

  • John Rolfe Middle School PTSA

    To support students at John Rolfe Middle School to start a garden that grows ornamental and consumable plants to help address local food deserts, and that will also promote awareness of environmental issues and encourage environmentally responsible behavior and the study of sustainable energy sources.

  • Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden

    To support Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden to provide tailored programming, hands-on learning opportunities, and paid internships for students engaged in the new Center for Environmental Studies and Sustainability at Varina High School.

  • Science Museum of Virginia

    To support the Science Museum of Virginia’s membership-based, open-ended makerspace environment called “The Mix,” which provides teens the freedom to explore new STEM skills and creative pursuits through projects in electronics, coding, computer science, 3D design/printing, woodworking and sound/music/video editing.

Denmark – Odense Data Center

  • Bolbro GIF

    To support bringing the Bolbro community together by placing new digital information screens centrally in the area, allowing local organisations to better reach members of the community with posted events and activities.

  • Ejerslykkeskolen

    To support new technology equipment to enhance a local STEM education initiative that aims to give children aged 4-15 practical experience with technology.

  • Foreningen Retshjælpen Fyn

    To support the development of a digital alternative to physical attendance at Retshjælpen Fyn’s premises to support vulnerable members of the public who may find in-person attendance challenging.

  • Holluf Pile Skole

    To support the continued development of the school’s TechLab, which brings together IT teaching and new technologies and provides practical work in the tech space.

  • Lokalhistorisk Arkiv for Fraugde, Allerup, Davinde og Tornbjerg Sogn

    To support Lokalhistorisk Arkiv’s continued work of collecting, preserving, and disseminating the local history archives on and offline of the Allerup, Davinde, Fraugde and Tornbjerg parishes.

  • Lumby Skole

    To support establishing a makerspace that brings IT and new technologies together to support and enhance students’ understanding of technology, and be a resource for the local community during after-school hours.

  • Odense Tekniske Gymnasium

    To support purchasing equipment for STEM courses at Odense Tekniske Gymnasium that fosters a connection between theoretical and practical teaching for all students.

  • Risingskolen

    To support establishing a makerspace where students and staff can strengthen their knowledge and support the school’s STEM education.

  • Sanderumskolen

    To support purchasing digital production equipment that will boost student and staff interest in STEM—especially the desire to use technology to solve concrete problems and challenges.

  • Skt.Klemensskolen

    To support purchasing a new laser cutter for the school’s makerspace.

  • Tarup Skole

    To support developing a makerspace that will become a centre for the school’s technology provision and a base for the technology staff, and give students the opportunity to try out technology-based techniques.

  • Tingkærskolen

    To develop mobile makerspots to complement the school’s makerspace.

  • Tornbjerg Gymnasium

    To support developing a makerspace at the school where students can work with a number of technologies and incorporate design thinking and innovation processes on their path to a career in STEM.

  • Vesterbro Brætspil

    To support a board game association bringing people together with board games as a focus.

Ireland – Clonee Data Center

  • Ashbourne Community School

    To support developing a community digital hub at the school.

  • Drogheda Educate Together Secondary School

    To support enhancing coding expertise and practical applications of code in action by providing students with robotics and hardware.

  • Lismullen National School

    To support purchasing interactive whiteboards and devices for students to leverage digital portfolios, as well as to present maths in a fun and engaging way and enhance communication skills for children with additional needs.

  • Meath Women’s Refuge And Support Services

    To provide more support to women who are experiencing domestic violence in Meath through a new web chat function, online programmes, multi-language supports and increased digital capacity.

  • Rathregan National School, Batterstown

    To support helping students become passionate about STEM education through interaction with LEGO kits and IT projects that will introduce them to coding and engineering in a fun and challenging way.

  • Scoil Eoin Báiste, Nobber

    To support helping students create and explore a whole new world through coding and digital skills, with the students then using these skills to teach older members of the community.

  • Scoil Mhuire Naofa, Rathfeigh

    To support creating an interactive multisensory room that will be available for use by all children, and in particular children with special needs, in the Rathfeigh and Skryne community.

  • St. Joseph's National School, Mulhussey

    To develop “STEM and Play” in the junior classes by ensuring students have access to high-quality, meaningful and enjoyable STEM learning experiences while also developing students’ self-esteem.

  • St. Joseph's Mercy Secondary School, Navan

    To create a student-centred STEM Studio aimed at empowering students to embark on future careers in STEM and addressing gender inequality in STEM.

  • St. Paul’s School, Navan

    To support using VR technology to cross physical boundaries to view global landmarks, and to create 360 VR experiences of local landmarks.

  • St. Andrew’s National School, Curragha

    To support creating a STEM HUB to help connect the rural community to a wealth of new global experiences.

  • Third Age Foundation

    To support combining technology, befriending, and a menu of practical supports to improve the health and well-being of older people in Co. Meath.

  • Trim Educate Together National School

    To support using “Minecraft: Education Edition” to foster 21st century learning, including critical thinking, collaboration, problem-solving and creativity, in a fun and exciting way.

Sweden – Luleå Data Center

  • Alviksskolan, Luleå

    To support developing a STEM lab for school and after-school learning, and allow more equal conditions for students to develop STEM abilities and knowledge.

  • Elevhälsan, Kalix Kommun

    To support developing a 3D gaming environment and parental support for those who are newly arrived in the country, in partnership with Luleå University of Technology.

  • Fagernäs skola, Boden

    To support the continued development of the school’s physical provisions for digital and STEM education.

  • Föräldraföreningen Nya Läroverkets vänner

    To support creating an innovation and programming lab that will promote student interest, curiosity and development in STEM.

  • Hortlax skola

    To support further developing the school’s laboratory and science rooms with live animals to increase interest in STEM.

  • Råneskolan

    To support the development of a science club to support STEM learning and engagement, especially with girls and new students.

  • Solanderskolan

    To support creating a makerspace at the school to challenge and inspire students.

  • Teknikens Hus

    To fund a science club to increase interest in STEM among children and young people.

  • VildaKidz

    To support connecting the VildaKidz “wish days” with their anti-bullying concept to help more people in the community.

  • Vitådalens skola ekonomisk förening

    To support a “Programming with LEGOS” project that will teach students about entrepreneurship and how to use digital tools for programming tasks.

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