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- Technology Grant News (http://www.technologygrantnews.com/)
provides accurate information on technology grants, free technology resources, technology partnerships, strategic alliances and technology advancement for your organization. This site compiles the latest information from all sources on this technology funding, support and assistance for colleges & universities, K-12 schools, non-profits, libraries & museums and towns & cities, and presents it in one place in time for you to quickly respond and take advantage of the programs.
- Grant Wrangler: A Grant Index for Teachers (http://www.grantwrangler.com/)
is a free grants listing service that makes easier for teachers to search for grants by subject area, grade level, or name. With more than $11.5 million in grants listed, its goal is to help more schools find funding for all areas of learning and growth for K-12 education. Search for the latest classroom and teacher grants or sign up for the monthly Grant Wrangler Bulletin.
- Grants and Funding (http://www.netdaycompass.org/categories.cfm?category_id=3)
is part of NetDayCompass.org, a comprehensive education technology web site designed for technology decision-makers working in K-12 schools. It helps educators meet educational goals through the effective use of technology. This section includes resources to help you fund technology projects, including information on government funding, grants and foundations, and grant-writing tips.
- The Foundation Center (http://fdncenter.org/)
is your database if you are looking for new funding sources and opportunities. The Foundation Center collects new requests for proposals (RFP) and alerts you of new funding opportunities from foundations and other grantmaking organizations. It also offers you descriptive overviews and direct links to the full RFPs at the grantmaker's Web site. You can use The Foundation Finder to search by name for basic information about foundations within more than 70,000 private and community foundations in the U.S.
- The Beaumont Foundation of America (http://www.bmtfoundation.com/bfa/us/public/en/grants/)
provides technology equipment for public, private, charter, and parochial schools with underserved populations and where use of technology is forecast to be successful.
This foundation seeks to award schools that support efforts of digital equity and inclusion, provide projects that are focused toward specific populations in the K-12 community, promote maximum use of technology during and beyond the school day, encourage collaborations among schools, homes and communities, and promote technology as a tool for learning and communication.
- GrantsAlert.Com (http://www.grantsalert.com/index.cfm)
you can search for funding opportunities by category or by state. Browse the Grant Writer's Directory if you rather have someone write your grant proposal. The Additional Resources section offers educators a quick route to classroom funding by listing grants that typically don't require an extraordinary investment of time.
- Grants.gov (http://www.grants.gov)
encompasses over 900 grants programs offered by 26 Federal agencies. You can find grants opportunities by clicking on the Search Grant Synopses link, and you can receive notifications of grant postings, too. Navigation through the main sections of this site is easy, just use the colored tabs.
- Inside International Education & Graduate Programs Service (IEGPS) (http://www.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ope/iegp...html?exp=0)
you will find information on domestic international education programs, overseas programs, and graduate programs. These programs and grants opportunities are designed to strengthen the capability and performance of American education in foreign languages and international studies.
- Grants and Grant Writing (http://eduscapes.com/tap/topic94.htm)
provides provides you with starting points for exploring grant possibilities. There is also a section for articles with tips for grant writing.
- NEH (The National Endowment for the Humanities) (http://www.neh.gov/index.html)
find out what grants you or your school can apply for.
- Computers for Learning (CFL) (http://www.computers.fed.gov/Public/home.asp)
a program that transfers excess Federal computer equipment to schools and educational nonprofit organizations, giving special consideration to those with the greatest need.
- EPA (http://www.epa.gov/seahome/grants/src/msieopen.htm)
enhances the process of writing a grant proposal. Learn some of the forms involved in a grant application. Visit EPA and try their grant writing tutorial. Check out the mock grant writing activity and their glossary.
- GrantsNet (http://www.hhs.gov/grantsnet/roadmap/index.html)
gives you information on how to apply grants; from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
- SchoolGrants (http://www.schoolgrants.org/welcome.htm)
offers you writing suggestions, sample proposals, and many other ideas that will help you get a grant.
- Computers for Learning (http://computers.fed.gov/Public/home.asp)
this program places computers in our classrooms and prepares our children to contribute and compete in the 21st century.