Our mission is to provide grants and in-kind support to organizations dedicated to building and sustaining strong, healthy communities that support education.
KRYSTAL IS SQUARING UP SUPPORT FOR OUR COMMUNITIES
HOW OUR FAMOUSLY STEAMED BURGERS ARE STANDING UP FOR STEAM EDUCATION
The Krystal Company has been serving guests since 1932, and throughout that time we’ve been proud to give back to the communities in which we happily serve our beloved Krystals. Now, Krystal is setting its sights on helping K-12 schools by supporting STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math), culinary, and sports programs in our neighboring communities.
In 2016, The Krystal Cruiser toured through Tennessee, Georgia and Alabama, stopping in communities in order to raise funds for local K-12 schools. And in 2017, we’re taking the initiative even further.
This year, Krystal is turning its focus toward K-12 schools and teachers, the very heart of our educational system. Throughout the year, Squaring is Caring grants will provide K-12 schools and nonprofit organizations with funds that will allow them to make further investments in STEAM education in their classrooms. These grants will be distributed by The Krystal Foundation throughout the year, and directed towards providing better educational and enrichment opportunities and programs to all students.
If you are interested in applying for a grant, simply follow the link below. If you know anyone who may be interested, please share this site with him or her. Nonprofit organizations, Teachers, principals, school faculty, PTO/PTA groups and other K-12 School-affiliated organizations are all eligible to apply.
The grant window is currently open February 1, 2019 to February 28, 2019.
We encourage you to apply as many times as you like, however, grant recipients are only eligible to receive a grant once within a 12 month period. Generally, grants are not made for organizations that not 501(c)3, religious organizations, wages, transportations, field trips, conferences, or scholarships. Individual grant amounts will not exceed $5000.