FOUNDATION, CORPORATE AND OTHER GRANTS
Finding and identifying organizations and foundations that give grants for specific purposes or in specific subject areas requires considerable time, effort, and research. The resources on this page provide a starting point to help you do your own research. If you are unsure about how to get started in your research, the Foundation Center's Online Orientation to the Grantseeking Process will provide you with a lot of valuable information.
You may also find subject and geographic area grant resources on my page on Researching and Identifying Grant-Making Organizations, since some of these resources overlap.
Major Listings of Grants by Topic Areas
Funding opportunities in over 60 categories, from Abuse to Youth, including Government and non-government grants.
Foundations, agencies and organizations that support or conduct aging projects.
Grant funding resources related to anthropology, art history, biology, chemistry, computer science, education, geology, languages, management and economics, math, music, philosophy, physics, political science, sociology, speech and communication, and theater.
Foundations that provide grants for animal welfare, pets and pet care, service animals, wildlife sanctuaries, animal care and advocacy, animal abuse and neglect, wildlife conservation, nature, animal rescue, animal adoption, and more.
Funding opportunities by source (organization, country) and by area of research (natural sciences, health and social sciences, engineering).
Specific grant listings, links, videos, and classes for artists.
A special issue on Funding for the Arts from the Foundation Center's Philanthropy News Digest.
Both government and non-government funding opportunities are listed on this site.
Listing and information about funding opportunities. Brought to you by the Appalachian Regional Commission.
Upcoming federal, private, state, foundation and non-profit grant opportunities.
Articles on grants and funding, grant sources, obtaining, grants, early childcare funding, and more.
Online directories of foundations that fund Christian churches and ministries as well as individuals. Subscriptions required.
Grants include those for vehicle and highway safety, child safety, environmental protection, workplace health and safety, healthcare and insurance, gun violence protection, and consumer advocacy and education.
Listings of local funding sources that include community foundations in each state.
A lengthy list of community grantmaking organizations.
Resource to identify funding information for research, collaborative activities, travel, curriculum development, conferences, fellowships, and other activities.
Sources of funding for various types of cycling projects such as trails, recrational activities, environmental projects, etc. From the International Mountain Bicyling Association.
From Fundsnet, a listing of programs for persons with disabilities.
Brought to you by the World Association of Persons With Disabilities (WAPD)
Links to foundation and corporate grant programs from the National Center for the Dissemination of Disability Research
The "Grants Center" page of this site contains a featured grant as well as other current grants, tips and resources.
This special issue of the Philanthropy News Digest focuses on private foundations.
Links to funding sources for agriculture, education, environment, forestry, rural community, water, and wildlife.
State-by-state listing of funding resources for equine rescue activities, plus information on grantwriting and applying for grants.
Funding and grants for filmakers.
Subject areas include: animals and wildlife, children and youth, education and literacy, health and wellness, human services, religion, social justice, arts and culture, community and economic development, computers and technology, disability, environment and conservation, HIV/AIDS, hunger and homelessness, sports, grants for Latinos and women, and much more.
This directory provides information on potential funders for organizations and projects working with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities. It claims to be the most comprehensive listing of such funders in the U.S.
Reference guides and information sources, web resources, blog, non-profit grants by subject, grants for individuals, business and economic development grants, and much more.
For subjects ranging from Aging to Women in International Development.
From ScanGrants, hundreds of announcements, descriptions and links to currently available grants for health research, programs and scholarship. Grants are listed by category or you can search by keyword.
Funding announcements from the Office of Minority Health, as well as community grants, research grants and scholarships and fellowships.
A compilation of grants related to history.
Listing and links to help you get funding for your invention.
This is the site of the Newswise Guide to Journalism Grants and Fellowships.
If you're an elementary or secondary school teacher or other educator, this site will provide you with information on grant opportunities, up-to-date news, and other valuable information.
The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) Grant Program provides funding for outreach, diversity and research activities.
Sites and resources for library grants and fundraising.
This site from the Michigan State University Libraries contains a listing of grant and funding sources.
Foundations, associations, grants and scholarships, and organizations that provide music-related funding.
The Peace and Security Funders Group is an unincorporated association of private foundations, public foundations, operating foundations, charitable trusts, other grantmaking programs, and individual philanthropists who make significant contributions in the peace and security field. This is a project of the Ploughshares Fund, Inc.
The American Political Science Association's listing of Research and Training Support grants and opportunities.
A page from the American Psychological Association that lists a variety of funding sources and awards.
Foundations, agencies and others engaged in funding public health research.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting provides information on its own grants as well as grant programs of other funders.
A compilation of web pages and books of potential interest to nonprofit organizations seeking funding opportunities related to religion.
Grants for rural communities covering a variety of subject areas.
Links and descriptions of organizations that fund sculptor's training, special commissions and projects, improved communications between 3D artists, and conservation.
Funding resources in the U.S. and internationally.
Technology grant opportunities.
Grants and resources for women.
Grants and fellowships for writers. While some grants are available for individuals, many more are available for nonprofits
Sources for writing-related grants, fellowships, and residencies.
From Poets & Writers Magazine, listings of writing grants and awards including deadlines, submission calendar, recent winners, and conferences and residencies.
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