Information on Grant Writing

  • Federal Grant Guide
    How to Find and Win Federal Grants" by Susan H. Gray. Completely updated, this guide is for nonprofit organizations to find, apply for, and win federal grants. Also provides suggestions for developing projects and proposals worthy of federal funding, where to quickly access the information on more than 1,000 federal grants, loans, and other assistance programs, and covers the legal and financial responsibilities of grant recipients. 2003-2004, 200 pp. $195
  • Federal Grants Wire
    Federal Grants Wire is a free resource for federal grants and loans information. Lists 1300+ current federal grants, listed by agency, subject area and name, including over 200 environmental grants to choose from.
    The number one goal at is to make life a little easier for those who devote their time to searching for education grants and identifying new funding opportunities for their organizations, schools, districts, consortia and state education agencies.
    The Department of Health and Human Services federal E-Grants initiative via the Internet.
  • Grants Office
    Grants Office makes it easy to find funding for any service, program or research activity, through:
    -Easy-to-access federal, state, and foundation grants information that is updated daily
    -Weekly E-mail and/or FAX notices about grants that match your interests
    -A dynamically generated deadline calendar that matches your criteria
  • Guide to Grantseeking on the Web
    The Foundation Center Guide to maximize use of the World Wide Web for funding research.
  • North American Association for Environmental Education
  • Tips and Resources For Teachers Grant Writing
    Education World "Show Me the Money: Tips & Resources for Successful Grant Writing" to help educators apply for classroom grants for class projects, field trips, special curriculum needs to enhance their students' educational experience.
  • Tips for Writing a Successful Grant