One of the most frustrating things I ever faced as a teacher was wanting to do cool projects with kids, but having no financial resources to do so.
The good news is that there is money available…if you know how to go after it!
There are hundreds of local, state, federal and corporate grant programs (which means literally billions of dollars available) but funds are only awarded to schools or districts who are able to articulate well-developed proposals.
These educational “pots of gold” can mean the difference between providing outstanding educational programs or doing without, because (once again) there’s “no money in the budget.”
This E-book will walk you through the major steps of developing clear, concise grant proposals which can help fund activities within your classroom, school or entire district.
This guide will help you:
• Locate Funding Sources
• Identify Specific Needs & Requirements
• Critically evaluate any grant Request for Proposal (RFP)
• Develop a Budget
• Manage Your Grants From Beginning to End
This guide was written by a former professional teacher / grant writer (who I’m lucky enough to be married to!) who successfully funded over a million dollars in school and district projects using these techniques.