Top 3 Grant Writing Resources For Educators
School districts are finding it more and more difficult to function effectively on the support received from state and federal funds. This is especially true as ESSER money dries up, and schools are left searching for ways to fund crucial programs.
While most school administrators are aware that grants are available from both federal agencies and private organizations, they may be unfamiliar with sources of grant funds, and/or simply don’t have the time to research what grants are available. Or how to viably obtain them.
Grant Writing Resources:
Below, we’ve compiled our top 3 resources for grant writing that may assist school leaders in obtaining funding for the programs they need most.
- Eventbrite offers over 500 FREE online classes for grant writing. Some are live and require a registration, and some are pre-recorded for on-demand viewing. Topics include grant seeking, grant writing, and how to write a winning proposal using AI.
- The NEA Foundation has compiled valuable resources for leaders that include links for education grants and fellowship opportunities. Follow them on social media for grant announcements, free webinars, and new podcast episodes.
- Instrumentl.com has a curated list of 113,634 foundations giving to nonprofits in the Education category. You can use their site for up to 14 days for free to discover funders and grants, research funders, track opportunities, and more.
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