Funding Sources - San Juan Unified School District

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Oct 29, 2013 (3 years and 8 months ago)

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Funding Sources


http://www.cde.ca.gov/funding/wwwlist.asp
Funding opportunities from the California Department
of Education (Yes, they still have $$$).


http://www.eds.com/community_affairs/com_tech_grants.shtml
A leading IT company with
sponsors in a variety of states.


http://techlearning.com/grants_archive.jht
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Information can also be found in the back of
Technology and Learning magazine. They currently do not have 2004 information but should be
posted soon.


http://www.nea.org/
Search the website for grants or you can lo
ok in any of their monthly
magazines.


www.jumpman23.com
and this will bring you to the Michael Jordan Fundamentals grant page.
400 grants are usually in the amount of $2500. Program extended through 2009.


http://target.com/mervyns_group/community/community_guidelines.jhtml
Mervyn’s community
grants. If you have a Mervyn’s in your area, it might be worth it to apply. Grants u
sually range
from $500 to $2500.


www.aplus4energy.com
BP

A+ for Energy grant. Write this grant to include energy education
broadcast to your school! Grant amounts in $5,000 or $10,000 and are sustainable fo
r additional
funding in year two.


http://www.apple.com/education/k12/curriculumsolutions/funding/
Apple is always a good resource
for funding!


http://www.apple.com/education/k12/curriculumsolutions/funding/
This site is linked with the
California Department of Education but broken down into geographic regions


http://www.technologygrantnews.com
You can subscribe here to get a newsletter with grant
information updates


Just ask! We understand that education is experiencing deep cuts and budget concerns, but
asking your administration for fundin
g is always a good idea. Even if we are able to purchase
only one camera, it’s one more than we had before!


Grant Writing Tips

Grant writing is simple once you’ve worked through one or two. Just be sure to be clear and
concise and that your idea fits
their grant requirements. Don’t get discouraged!


http://www.schoolgrants.org/tips.htm
Simple site for info



http://712
educators.about.com/cs/grantwriting/a/grantwriting.htm
This seems like a great resource
for info