||You will find a free 2012 STEM Funding Guide at this site, plus updates for STEM grants,
K-12 grants, NASA, NSF, & DOE grant opportunities, foundation grants, and STEM initiatives.
Plus they have "10 Errors Proposal Teams Should Avoid."
|U. S. Department of Education
||Discretionary grants, students loans and grants, and formula grants.
||STEM grants for K-12 schools and teachers.
|American Honda Foundation
||The American Honda Foundation engages in grants characterized by the following qualities:
imaginative, creative, youthful, forward-thinking, scientific, humanistic and innovative.
||Resources for STEM afterschool programs.
||Resources for 21st century STEM classrooms with goals to attract and retain students
in STEM disciplines; strengthen the STEM workforce pipeline; improve student performance
in STEM disciplines; and attract women and minorities into STEM programs.
|National Science Foundation
||Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Talent Expansion Program (STEP)
|STEM2: The Power of Discovery
||The Power of Discovery has lists of funding opportunities with deadlines, rolling
funding opportunities, and grant databases.
||Toshiba has grants available for grades K-5 and 6-12.
||MAXIMUS offers grants to non-profit organizations and charities to help disadvantaged
populations and under-served communities.
|Fund for Teachers
||Find grant information at this site for teachers, principals, and superintendents.
They provide a examples of sentence descriptions from previously-awarded fellowships
|We Are Teachers
||You can find a variety of blog posts on this website plus "hot topics," grants and
contests, and webcasts about a variety of educational topics.
|America's Farmers Grow Rural Education
||Monsanto's grant program for rural schools. Local farmers must nominate a school for
|Xcel Energy Renewable Energy Fund
||Xcel Energy has a number of grants schools may be interested in.
|Lubbock Area Foundation
||The Lubbock Area Foundation is available for schools in and around Lubbock. It is
a nonprofit community foundation that manages a pool of charitable endowment funds,
the income from which is used to benefit the South Plains community through grants
to nonprofit organizations, educational programs and scholarships. If your school
isn't in the Lubbock area, you might check your own city for an area foundation.
|Climate Change LIVE: A Distance Learning Adventure
||Climate Change LIVE deals with the reasons for and effects of climate change. The
site contains activities for students plus grants for teachers, and contests for students.
|KSTF Teaching Fellowship
||The Knowles Science Teaching Foundation announced that applications for 2015 Teaching
Fellowships are now available. These fellowships are awarded to early-career teachers
who are committed to teaching science, technology, engineering, and/or mathematics
in high schools nationwide. The application deadline is 12 a.m. PST on October 29, 2014.
|Sheryl Abshire's Essential Resources for Grant Seekers
||Sheryl Abshire is Chief Technology Officer at Calcasieu Parish Schools in Lake Charles,
LA. She has created a wonderful list of nearly 100 links for grants and for advice
on how to obtain grants.
|Winning the Grant Game!: A Guide to Writing Successful Grants
||This site contains a collection of handouts that Sheryl Abshire uses in presentations.
You'll find a wealth of information, such as "Top Ten Questions Reviewers Ask When
Reviewing Proposals," numerous URLs pertaining to grants, and "Checklist for Grant
|Approaching Grantgivers: How to Write It and How to Sell It!
||Sheryl Abshire provides presentation slides that contain abundant information about
applying for grants.
||This site is dedicated to helping educators identify funding opportunities. They say
they have a collection of over 2,600 grants and opportunities that are "available
to public and private, preK-12 schools, districts and educators..."
||The government website hosted by Health and Human Services that contains a list of
||This site has a list of grant opportunities, grant writing tips and links, news, sample
successful proposals, and links to online resources. In addition, if you sign up for
their School Grants Biweekly Newsletter ($45/year per subscriber), you have access
to their moderated listserv, Bring Home the Bacon.
||Fundraising and Grants HQ for America's Teachers. Search for grants by foundations,
federal, corporate, fellowships, or health; or select your state. You'll also find
fundraising ideas, a discussion board, and a blog.
|K12 Grants for Teachers
||This site has a list of grants sorted by state, by subject, and by grade. They also
list grants for schools, school districts, administrators, school libraries, and school
||The NEA Foundation has a great list of education grants, including grants for educators,
for student achievement, and for learning and leadership. You also might look at their
writing tutorial. In addition, they are active on DonorsChoose.org; if you haven't heard of it, this is a crowd-sourcing site that educators are involved
|Adopt a Classroom
||Teachers can register a classroom and request that specific materials and supplies
be donated. Donors can search for classrooms using the teacher's name, the school
name, or city and state. According to their website, Adopt a Classroom has raised
more than $18 million since 1998 for classrooms across America.
||Fundsnet provides a variety of fundraising programs and grant opportunities. Some
categories include Curriculum & Lesson Plans, Education and Literacy Grants, Government
Funding, Computers & Technology, Latino Grants, and Scholarships Financial Aid.
|Technology Grant News
||Technology Grant News offers grants for educational technology, federal grants, K-12
school grants, and science education.