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Resources for Grant Writing

Texas Instruments

One of the most helpful online grant resources for teachers has been written for both large and small grant writing projects by Texas Instruments (whether or not you plan to apply for a grant for calculators and other TI equipment).  Specifically, be sure to download the "Guide to Winning Small Grants from Community Sources" and the "Grant Writing Guide for Large Scale Grants." 

The Foundation Center, Atlanta

There are only five foundation centers across the US and there is one in our state!  This is an invaluable resource for teachers because there are free workshops, seminars, online training, an online library and even in-person training for grant writing.  Free online training:

There are also grant seeking basic courses offered in a classroom setting on various dates:

Training and information specifically toward Education Grants:

Education Funding Watch:

Education World Grant Writing Resources

Large Grants through the US Department of Education

Digital Wish Grants for Technology for Teachers

Kids in Need (primarily school supplies)

Donors Choose (as featured on Oprah Winfrey)

Lowe’s Outdoor Education Grants

Computers for Learning

Ward’s Grant Services including Matching Grants Program

Eschool News Funding

NSTA (National Science Teachers Association) Search keyword "grants"

GSTA Grants (click on awards) Note:  New grant applications will be out soon with an October deadline for application

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