Tools to make grant writing easier

There’s an App for That: Tools to Make Grant Writing Easier

Writing a proposal can be a long process that takes a lot of planning and coordination. Fortunately, there are plenty of apps and software to help you succeed at any task. Here are just a few tools that can make grant writing easier. Continue Reading

Private school teacher

How to Find Grants for Private or Parochial Schools

Finding grants for private or parochial schools can be a challenge. Many funders give only to public schools or do not give to faith-based organizations. However, there are funders seeking to specifically fund private or parochial schools. Outlined below are five ways to uncover funding as a private or parochial school. Continue Reading

Planning a timeline

Time Is of the Essence: How to Write a Timeline for Your Grant

This blog is part of our new series, Grant Writing for Beginners. The series addresses all stages of preparing a grant proposal, from writing a Letter of Inquiry to submitting a complete proposal. This post continues the series by outlining key components of the timeline. Continue Reading

Most Popular Funding Opportunities Last Month

Most Popular Funding Opportunities Last Month

As we marched into spring, educators discovered grants for classroom supplies; educational technology; science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) initiatives; and more. Check out the grants GetEdFunding members viewed the most in the month of April. Continue Reading

School Garden

Finding Seed Money for Your School Garden

Springtime is the perfect time for planting a new garden. If you’ve been dreaming of bringing a garden to your school, check out these funding opportunities to get started. Continue Reading

Teacher talking to principal

Yes, Please! Getting Your Principal to Approve Your Proposal

Teachers are always searching for new products and programs to help their students achieve more. However, new materials come with a cost and teachers need approval from their principals in order to move forward. Here are simple tips for getting your principal to say yes. Continue Reading

Building relationships

Six Ways to Nurture Relationships with Donors

Small fundraisers and donations are a great way to raise money, but most organizations need major donors to thrive. Finding donors is about building relationships that connect people to your school or organization. Here are six ways to build stronger relationships with your donors. Continue Reading

Most Popular Funding Opportunities Last Month

Most Popular Funding Opportunities Last Month

As we marched into spring, educators discovered grants for health and nutrition; educational technology; science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) initiatives; and more. Check out the grants GetEdFunding members viewed the most in the month of March. Continue Reading

Writing a description of you project plan

Grant Writing for Beginners: Writing a Description of Your Project

This blog is part of our new series, Grant Writing for Beginners. The series addresses all stages of preparing a grant proposal, from writing a Letter of Inquiry to submitting a complete proposal. This post continues the series by outlining key components of the project description. Continue Reading

Students using technology in school

How to Find Funding for Technology

A foundation’s guidelines may not specifically mention technology, but that doesn’t mean technology cannot be purchased as part of the proposed program or project. Funders are often more interested in supporting innovative projects enabled by technology rather than solely supporting technology purchases, equipment, or materials needed for success.

Effective proposals go beyond the purchase of equipment by pinpointing why certain technology is needed and how it will empower students. We’ve gathered several success stories illustrating real-life examples of how grants that did not focus specifically on technology were used to support technology purchases. Continue Reading


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