GetEdFunding is a grant-finding resource sponsored by CDW•G that is dedicated to helping educators, schools, and institutions identify the funding they need in budget-tight times. GetEdFunding hosts thousands of education, classroom, and teacher grants; awards for outstanding educators; and funding opportunities from federal, state, regional, and community sources. Personalized search options define focus areas, twenty-first century themes and skills, and grade levels. If you are looking for funding to support STEM activities or mathematics contests to integrate into your curriculum, or need supplies to start innovative classroom projects, GetEdFunding has a grant for you. You’ll also find a blog on tips and tricks, popular funding opportunities, a comprehensive glossary of funding-related terminology, and more. Start by exploring sample funding finds.
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GetEdFunding is a grant-finding resource sponsored by CDW•G that is dedicated to helping educators, schools, and other institutions identify the funding they need in budget-tight times. Explore the sample funding finds and experience the depth, breadth, and ease of use of GetEdFunding. You do not need to register in order to see the details of these opportunities. Start uncovering funds now at GetEdFunding.com and stay up to date on fast-approaching deadlines, new opportunities, and tips on creating standout grant proposals.
The National Weather Association (NWA) Foundation’sSol Hirsch Education Fund Grantsare awarded annually to K–12 teachers/educators to help improve the education of their students, their school, and/or their community in the science of meteorology.