Includes guidelines, overview of programs, and lists of grants. (Awarded $25,000 Local Grant to Norfolk Festevents, Ltd., May 1997.)
Provides information on the Corporation's program, special initiatives, grant restrictions and proposals, recent grants, recent publications, Corporation news, and links to other nonprofit resources.
A government-wide compendium of all 1,368 Federal programs, projects, services, and activities that provide assistance or benefits to the American public. These programs provide grants, loans, scholarships, services, information, training, insurance, etc. Indexed by subject and beneficiary group.
Find community foundations by clicking on a map or by name, region, state, or zip code.
Maintains a comprehensive, up-to-date database on foundations and corporate giving programs. Also analyzes trends in foundation support of the non-profit sector.
Sends registered users weekly email announcements about available grants. Users can find out about federal, state, private, and local grant donations.
From the U.S. Department of Education, this site includes information of grant and other programs at the Department, grant programs requesting applications, regulations for administering grant programs, and information for new grants seekers.
Indexed by grants for Science, Humanities, Social Science, Education, and Key Resources.
Encompasses over 900 grant programs offered by 26 Federal grant-making agencies. Keyword search by full-text or search by date, agency, or category.
Includes links to many sites plus links to grant writing workshops.
From the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, this site is a tool for finding and exchanging information about HHS and selected other Federal grant programs.
Provides information about the Foundation's programs, how to apply, recent grants listings, links to philanthropy resources, staff, and other materials.
Applications and information about the Youth Services Grants and the Project Enhancement Grants, from the Library of Virginia.
The stated mission is, "to contribute to the greater good of society by assisting young Americans with disabilities, through education and other means, to lead fuller and more productive lives."
A one-stop information source on technology grants for colleges, universities, K-12 schools, non-profits, libraries and museums, and towns and cities.
This site includes information on Technology Opportunities Program (TOP) (formerly TIIAP) and Public Telecommunications Facilities Program (PTFP).
Supports programs that create innovative e-solutions, help bridge the digital divide, foster basic and computer literacy, help enrich communities, and create a skilled workforce.
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