The Edward E. Ford Foundation awards grants annually to independent high schools that are active members of the National Association of Independent Schools. Most grants are worth $50,000 or less, and every grant is expected to have a matching component (at least one-to-one) with the extent of the match being an appropriate challenge for the particular school. The foundation has agreed to consider some grants as large as $100,000 to be able to participate more substantially in projects that are particularly imaginative and likely to be of broad benefit to independent schools. The foundation's board meets three times a year...

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