One thing to keep in mind about grants is that many ask for very similar information. Keep this information in a Google Doc so that it is easy to get to. You can easily keep track of demographic information in a Doc as well. Just remember to update it each year.
- Tech & Learning Grants Central - This website provides tips about writing grants as well as links to grants that are posted by their deadlines.
- CenturyLink Grants Teachers and Technology Grants- this is open to all educators who live in a region this is served by CenturyLink. A simple series of questions at the beginning of the grant will tell you if you are qualified or not.
- DonorsChoose- This service can be used to request funds to improve your classroom or for professional development. There are a few steps involved when setting up a DonorsChoose project, but it is a really good program.
- Teach.com Grants- List of 20 grants available to teachers.
- GrantWatch- Searchable list of grants for teachers.
- Grants.gov- hundreds of grants specifically for education.
- TeachersCount- Dozens of grants that include a description, deadline, and maximum award.