Judson ISD

Multiple Funding Sources

  1. Monthly Education Grants Alerts (MEGA)
    This is a paid annual subscription of available grants. MEGA contains the largest continually updated listing of upcoming grant opportunities for public and private elementary and secondary education available anywhere in the United States. (Please email Dr. Hutchinson-Bell directly for the most current monthly subscription).
  2. GRANT WRANGLER
    Find grants and awards by grade level, subject area or deadline
  3. FUNDSNET SERVICES
    Resource information about grants, fundraising, philanthropy, foundations and non-profit organizations
  4. GRANTSALERT
    Search for education grants and identify new funding opportunities for your school
  5. FUND FOR TEACHERS
    Comprehensive listing of grants, professional development and award opportunities
  6. K-12 SCHOOL GRANTS
    Find grants by locality, category and grade
  7. NEA FOUNDATION
    Locate grants to support new ideas and practices to strengthen teaching and learning
  8. NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION
    Funds research and education in most fields of science and engineering through grants to colleges, universities, K-12 school systems and other organizations
  9. PHILANTROPY NEWS DIGEST
    Publishes weekly listings of funding opportunities offered by foundations and other grant making organizations
  10. TEXAS EDUCATION AGENCY
    Central resource for and link to all State and Federal grant opportunities administered by TEA
  11. GRANTS.GOV
    Find discretionary grants offered by the 26 federal grant-making agencies including the Department of Education
  12. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
    Department of Education offers three kinds of grants:
    • Discretionary grants
    • Student loans and grants
    • Formula grants
  13. PARTNERS in Information Access for Public Health Workforce
    A collaboration of U.S. government agencies, public health organizations and health sciences libraries
  14. Federally Impacted Schools Educational Foundation (FISEF) "Good Idea"
    "Good Idea" grants are designed to support federally impacted Pre-K – 12 teachers and schools in their efforts to create best-practices programs that address needs in the areas of academics, innovative curriculum and social wellness. Grants up to $3,000 will be awarded to support NAFIS-member school district programs.
  15. Institute of Education Sciences
    The Institute of Education Sciences has an overarching priority to support research that contributes to school readiness and improved academic achievement for all students and particularly for those whose education prospects are hindered by inadequate education services and conditions associated with poverty, race/ethnicity, limited English proficiency, disability, and family circumstance.
  16. America's Promise
    These grants are not offered through America's Promise Alliance, but they each relate to our Five Promises. If you have questions about these opportunities, please follow the links provided in each item.
  17. Grant Station
    National funding opportunities throughout the United States
  18. Edutopia's Big List of Educational Grants and Resources
    Get a roundup of educational grants, contests, awards, free toolkits, and classroom guides aimed at helping students, classrooms, schools, and communities.
  19. Teach.com
    Teaching grants can fund professional development, classroom enrichment, school supplies, field trips and almost anything else that goes into bettering the quality of education.
  20. NEA Foundation Learning and Leadership
    NEA awards grants that support the professional development of public school teachers and faculty in public institutions of higher education. Grants may fund professional development experiences, such as summer institutes or action research, mentoring experiences or lesson study.
  21. FIRST in Texas
    To promote the development of new teams and events in the state of Texas, and to promote the outreach to teams serving military bases, teams made up of home-schooled students, and teams with members who have disabilities or are economically disadvantaged.
  22. Foundation Center
    Foundation Center is the leading source of information about philanthropy worldwide. Foundation Center maintains the most comprehensive database on U.S. and, increasingly, global grant-makers and their grants — a robust,