Grant Resources on the Web
Funding for Technology
Helpful information on grant writing tools and funding sources.
Pitsco's Launch to Grants
Links to more than 100 government, education, and foundation sites with information about grants.
Corning Inc. Foundation
Supports educational programs that promote instructional technology.
Federal Funding for Ed Tech
Information about available federal funds for schools.
The Dirksen Congressional Center: Robert H. Michel Civic Education Grant
Up to $50,000 for civic, legislative, or government-related projects that incorporate practical technology applications in the classroom. Grant is available for grades 4-12.
Computers for Learning
Donates surplus federal government computer equipment to needy schools.
National Telecommunications Partnership Award
Awards cash prizes to programs that demonstrate how partnerships help fully integrate telecommunications technology into the classroom.
IBM: Reinventing Education
Supports long-term investment in educational technologies to facilitate innovative and enriching curriculum, teacher training, student assessment, and data analysis.
International Technology Education Association
Awards a variety of grants of $1,000 or $2,000 for demonstrated need for technology resources.
Awards educational grants in communities where Micron has manufacturing facilities.
National Cristina Foundation
Awards donated technology equipment to schools and organizations that work with disabled, at-risk, or economically disadvantaged students.
Donates wireless phones and airtime to schools.
NSBA: Funding for Technology
Provides innovative ways to fund technology initiatives in school districts, and has links to numerous grants and funding programs.
Oracle Corporate Giving Program
Supports nonprofit organizations in the communities in which the Oracle Corp. operates. Grants are also made to selected national organizations and K-12 math, science, and technology education programs.
SMART Technologies, Inc: Smarter Kids Foundation
Awards numerous grants for professional development or student research, and free or reduced-price company products.
BellSouth Foundation: Opportunity Grants
Awards grants to school districts that focus on education reform to impact a substantial number of students.
Sun Microsystems Academic Equipment Grant Program
Donates hardware to K-12 schools that have developed creative projects.
Toshiba America Foundation: Small Grants Program
Awards up to $5,000 to programs and activities that improve the classroom teaching of mathematics, science, and technology for middle and high school students.
U.S. Commerce Dept.: Technology Opportunities Program
Awards grants for model projects demonstrating innovative uses of network technology.
U.S. Dept. of Ed.: Technology Innovation Challenge Grant
Provides competitive five-year awards to consortia that include at least one local educational agency with a high number of children living in poverty.
Computers 4 Kids
Distributes Internet-ready computers to homes, schools and nonprofit organizations. Also helps train students on the technology.
Awards grants to two or more K-12 teachers who collaborate to develop and implement innovative ideas that result in high student achievement.
National Science Foundation
Offers one- to three-year grants to programs that broaden the participation of girls in all fields of science, math, engineering and technology.
Offers in-kind gifts, volunteers, and cash grants to qualified nonprofits, including K-12 schools.
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
Supports projects that illustrate the effective use technology to provide all students with high quality content and instruction, within classrooms and through distance learning.
NEC Foundation of America
Provides grant support for programs that promote science and technology.
3M Salute to Schools Program
Awards 3M detection systems for the entrances of school libraries and 3M security strips for library books.
Alan Shepard Technology in Education Award
Honors educators' outstanding contributions to technology education. Candidates must be nominated by a principal or a superintendent.