10 Tips for Grantwriters
The Elements of a Grant Proposal
Why Proposals Get Rejected
Resources for Grantwriters
Funding Our Classrooms
"Basic Elements of Grant Writing"
Successful grant writing involves the coordination of several activities, including planning, searching for data and resources, writing and packaging a proposal, submitting a proposal to a funder, and follow-up. This publication is an easy guide to these basic elements of grant writing.
FastWEB is the largest online scholarship search available, with 600,000 scholarships representing over one billion in scholarship dollars. It provides students with accurate, regularly updated information on scholarships, grants, and fellowships suited to their goals and qualifications, all at no cost to the student.
Federal Resource for Educational Excellence (FREE)
More than 30 Federal agencies formed a working group in 1997 to make hundreds of Federally supported teaching and learning resources easier to find. The result of that work is the FREE website.
Funding Solutions for Small Nonprofit Organizations offers a collection of resources to help small nonprofit organizations fundraise including ways to motivate your board, sample fundraising letters, phonathon advice, and tips to improve your direct mail solicitation.
Fundsnet Online Services: A comprehensive website dedicated to providing nonprofit organizations, colleges, and universities with information on financial resources available on the Internet.
The Democracy.org mission statement is to promote education for democratic citizenship, create and strengthen learning organizations, assist organizations and individuals to make and act on decisions based on ethical principals, and promote character education and service learning.
The website provides hundreds of links for grantseekers and resources for nonprofit organizations.
"Writing Your First Successful Grant Application"-- "In this straightforward article, legendary grant writing guru Stanley Levenson outlines the six basic components to any grant applications." (Public Education Network Weekly NewsBlast)