School Choice Parent Engagement Grant

Thank you for your interest in partnering with the National School Choice Awareness Foundation (NSCAF) and our sister organization, the National School Choice Resource Center (NSCRC). We look forward to learning more about your efforts to empower parents to discover and navigate the K–12 education options available for their children. 

To apply for a grant, please complete the form below and provide as much detail as possible. Our team will evaluate your request and, if your proposal aligns with our charitable priorities, reach out to you to discuss the next steps in our process.

If you have questions, please reach out to our Vice President of Events and Partnerships, Noelle DeLaney, at



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Alissa Jacques

Manager, Digital Communications

Alissa Jacques serves as manager of digital communications at the National School Choice Awareness Foundation (NSCAF). In this role, Alissa oversees the organization’s English-language social media presence and develops high-impact advertising campaigns to inform, inspire, and empower parents about their K–12 education options.

Previously, Alissa owned her own digital marketing agency, served as an adjunct writing professor at Bloomfield College, and spent two years as an elementary school teacher at Democracy Preparatory Charter School in New York.

Alissa attended both public and private schools as a child, where she developed a love for creative writing. She holds a bachelor of arts in education policy and entrepreneurship from New York University, and a master of arts in sociology of education from Teachers College at Columbia University. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, scrolling through TikTok, and exploring NYC with her husband and cavapoo, Russ.