volatia language network

Grants & Sponsorship Programs

Language Access Program Grant

As part of our commitment to support the communities we serve, Volatia has created a language access grant to support school systems and any non-profit organization. Qualifying organizations will be awarded one or both of the following grant options.

  1. 100 free minutes of phone or video interpretation per month. Any language, anytime, anywhere.

  2. LEP Call-In Line

To be considered for this grant, an organization must apply. The application will request information about your current demands for language interpretation and translation services, the solutions currently offered by your organization to bridge language barriers, and a preview of how this grant will the support the community and your organization.

Qualification requirements:

  1. Must apply.

  2. Must be a school or non-profit organization.

  3. Must post a Volatia language access program seal on the organization’s website.

  4. Testimonial after 90 days of grant approval.

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K-12 School Sponsorship Program

Cultural harmony is a major component of Volatia's vision. In an effort to increase awareness and foster a culture of growing diversity and inclusion champions, Volatia partners with and sponsors diverse and inclusive school systems throughout the United States and around the world. 


Students in each participating school compete by submitting a project that raises awareness on any topic that highlight any of the following categories:


  1. Countries

  2. Languages

  3. Cultures


The project can be a written report, a video, or an art. Volatia offers two awards to the student(s) who are identified as the diversity and inclusion champion(s).  

  1. State (Province) – $100. Students who win this award advance to the national. 

  2. National – $5,000. Students from all the states or provinces compete for the national award 

Schools participate by doing the following:

  1. Sign up

  2. Add program details to school website

  3. Ask students to participate