Your organization needs funding for its next technology project, but where can you look to try and find the goose that will lay your golden egg?
Below we've pulled together a list of five great resouces you can try when looking for extra funding to help get your tech project off the ground.
Charity Village is a large, free directory of mostly Canadian funders and includes information about grant foundations as well as independent funding sources. It also includes information about national and province-specific government grants, and there is a directory for microcredit funding programs, as well as U.S. and international grant information sources.
This organization offers a free online directory of “every foundation in the U.S.” They also have helpful general resources as well as resources specifically for Nonprofit Grantseekers.
This is a free directory of all national and state-specific grants being offered by the U.S. government. There is also a learning center that provides helpful tips about applying for government grants.
Grants Alert offers free updated lists about U.S. grants that ae available, along with their deadlines. The majority of the grants are available for K12 teachers and schools, but there are also grants for programs that could indirectly or directly benefit schools (meaning that not all of the grants are exclusively for the K12 sector).