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Website - Reference Resources: Grant Information

Librarian-selected reference Resources

General

General

  • Foundation Center website
    Provides information and tools to assist grant seekers.
  • Fundsnet Services Online
    Lists and provides links to web sites for foundations and other organizations that provide scholarships and grants.
  • Annual Register of Grant Support
    An authoritative standard reference source listing sources of financial support for academic research. Includes essential information for more than 3,500 programs.
  • Grants.gov
    THE single access point for information about more than 900 grant programs offered by the 26 grant-making agencies of the U.S. federal government.

Financial Aid & Scholarships

Financial aid & scholarships

Foundations

Foundations

  • Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
    Makes grants in five core program areas: higher education, museums and art conservation, performing arts, conservation and the environment, and public affairs.
  • Annenberg Foundation
    Funds grants to qualified non-profit organizations to support projects within the areas of education and youth, arts and culture, civic and community, and health.
  • Dana Foundation
    Makes grants in three areas: education, arts education, and science & health.
  • Ford Foundation
    Funds grants to support projects that fit into one of three broad categories: Asset Building & Community Development, Peace & Social Justice, and Knowledge, Creativity & Freedom.
  • Meyer Memorial Trust
    Funds grants to qualified non-profit organizations in Oregon and Clark County, Washington.
  • Paul G. Allen Foundations
    Six distinct programs fund projects in the arts, education, forest protection, medical research, and community building.
  • Spirit Mountain Community Fund
    Promotes Native American culture, history and values through charitable support of education, arts and culture, historic preservation and the environment.
  • Wallace Foundation
    Seeks to support and share effective ideas and practices that will strengthen education leadership, arts participation and out-of-school learning.
  • William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
    Makes grants to address the most serious social and environmental problems facing society, where risk capital, responsibly invested, may make a difference over time.

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Humanities

Humanities

Natural Sciences

Natural Sciences

Social Sciences

Social Sciences

  • Social Science Research Council
    Provides information on programs sponsored by this non-profit organization, including fellowships and grants for social scientists.