Grants and Funding Related Links

Special Education Related Links and Resources






Annenberg/CPB: A free educational multimedia and resource site. Resources, exhibits, the Annenberg/CPB Channel (T.V.), French in Action, Guide to Math and Science reform, a Biography of America, Videos, etc. are available.

Carnegie Corporation: The Educational Grants Division of the Carnegie Corporation. Focus on Early Childhood Education, Urban School Reform, and Higher Education (liberal arts education).

Council on Foundations: A non-profit membership association of grantmaking foundations and corporations.

Foundation Center: Bills itself as the gateway to philanthropy on the world wide web.

Foundations On-Line: A service of the Northern California Community Foundation, it is an online directory of charitable grantmakers.

Funding for Technology: A division of McREL, a private, non-profit organization whose stated purpose is to improve education through applied research and development.

Grant Opportunities - AT&T : Finding money, writing proposals, knowing who's doing what and where is part of the stated purpose of this site. Included in a host of links are resources for writing grants, locating grants, plus some links to electronic and print information resources.

GrantsWeb: A good starting point for grant searches.

National Science Foundation: Grants and resources in the field of Science.

NETC - Grants: Northwest Educational Technology Consortium mission is to provide professional development opportunities, access to technical assistance, and support for collegial interaction per technology.

SchoolGrants - Your One-Stop Site for K-12 Grant Opportunities: Created to meet the needs of the K-12 education community in locating and applying for grants.

SPIN - InfoEd International: Part of InfoEd, a software development company, catering to the specific needs of the Sponsored Research and Technology Transfer offices. Several free resources, links.

U.S. Department of Education - Grants: Here is information on grant and other programs at the Department, grant programs requesting applications, regulations for administering grant programs, and information for new grants seekers explaining the whats and hows of grants at the Department.

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS): HHS is the largest grant-making agency in the federal government, providing some 60,000 grants per year.