We are excited to announce the 2021 Golden Grants award recipients. We received about 1,200 applications from very deserving and worthy organizations throughout the state of Florida and South Georgia. The Golden Grants Program strives to fuel the imagination, education, and growth of area students by supporting individuals, educators, programs, and organizations serving students grades K-12.

The 2021 Golden Grants award recipients are as follows:

$10,000 Golden Grant Recipients
School: Belle Glade Elementary, Dependable Technology Project
Belle Glade
School: St. Petersburg High School, Green Devils Closet Program
St. Petersburg High School
School: Waycross Middle School, Self-Contained Playground Project
Waycross Middle School

$5,000 Golden Grant Recipients
School: Labelle High School, Labelle High School Mentoring Program
School: Robert A. Prine Elementary School, Burgers and Books Family Literacy Program
School: Stone Magnet Middle School, The Wheels on the Bus Go To Colleges Program
School: Jefferson Middle School, New Teacher Laptops Project
School: Riley Elementary School, Determined to Soar Program
School: Gamble Rogers Middle School, The Mindfulness Sensory Gym
School: Wildlight Elementary School, Learning Through Touch Program

$2,500 Golden Grant Recipients
School: Blue Lake Elementary, Dolphin Cove Program
School: Ridge Community High School, Raise our School and Student Scores Project
School: Osceola High School, Connecting Marine Science Students to the Everglades Program
Organization: Volusia County Schools, Golden Crew of Alternative Education Program
School: Partin Settlement Elementary School, Visual Science Support Program
School: Lincoln Memorial Middle School, Team Sports Program
School: Hilliard Middle-Senior High School, Growing for Good Program
Organization: Nassau County 4-H, Brick Master’s Program
School: Baker County High School, Boost Our Sound Project
School: St. Augustine High School, Soccer Uniform and Equipment Needs Project
Organization: UF/IFAS Extension Duval County, Becoming Butterflies Project
School: Callahan Intermediate School, After School Tutoring Program

$1,000 Golden Grant Recipients
School: G. Weaver Hipps Elementary School, Digital Microscopes Project
School: Sebastian High School, Chum Bucket Program
School: Marathon Middle High School, Video Productions Documentary Team Program
Organization: Miami-Dade County Public Schools, Equipment for Special Olympics Project
Organization: Miami-Dade County Public Schools, Successful Transition Education Program for Students

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