A simple query of your favorite search engine will reveal a nearly endless list of grant resources. From State, Federal or Foundation funding sources to a variety of how to sites developed by educational institutions, non profit organizations and funder technical assistance workshops - tips for successful grant writing are just a click away.
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Most federal grants can be found on www.grants.gov.
To search previous and current federal grants, visit the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance at www.cfda.gov.
For our grantwriting dictionary, click here.
Click here to see a listing of additional grant and grant writing resources.
Heartland Institutional Review Board ® specializes in social science and education research as well as program evaluation protocols for grant funded projects. They provide ethical review and support services to principal investigators (PIs) and project directors (PDs), non-profits and for-profit agencies, contract research organizations (CROs), and sponsors of human subjects research.
If you are planning to apply for federal funds - you will need to register with the System for Award Management. Download this template to help gather the necessary information. Note that the process can take up to 2 weeks to complete and is mandatory for most federal funders.