The resources on this page are designed to equip beginners with the basic information they need to write and submit a grant for special classroom or school projects and activities.

Grant Writing Tips


- A process that can be used at a department or staff meeting in order to come to consensus about what kind of grant-funded project people are interested in pursuing - chericem1 chericem1

- Tips to help you get the grant you want! - chericem1 chericem1

- An outline and short explanation of the various parts of a typical grant proposal - chericem1 chericem1

- A list of questions to guide you through the grant development process - chericem1 chericem1

- A sample of what a proposed budget might look like for a grant proposal - chericem1 chericem1

I'm still hung up on and excited about the idea of writing grants for classroom technology and field trips. I found a good site with lots of links for you and a great little guide that was especially helpful. - ErinMB ErinMB

Potential Grant Opportunities


GrantWrangler.gif - Information on grants for K-12 schools



Online Fundraising/Grant Tools



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- Online fundraising . . . quickly create a webpage regarding the cause of your choice, send the link to associates, clients, family, and friends, and track your progress


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- Propose a classroom project. Donors can donate to your cause


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- Online fundraising: Solicit pledges, people pay via credit card or Paypal, but accounts are not charged until at least $1,000 is raised. Project does not have to be service-oriented



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