Click for funding

By: | Issue: December, 2018
November 26, 2018

OK, it’s not that easy, but the following links can help you get started seeking edtech grants.

Local service clubs

Rotary International: rotary.org/en

Kiwanis International Service Club: kiwanis.org

Sertoma Inc.: sertoma.org

Lions Clubs International: lionsclubs.org

Junior Chamber International (Jaycees): jciusa.org

Crowdfunding and online charity

Get Ed Funding: getedfunding.com

DonorsChoose: donorschoose.org

Adopt-A-Classroom: AdoptAClassroom.org

GoFundMe Education: gofundme.com/education

Pledge Cents: pledgecents.com

LINK BACK TO MAIN ARTICLE: Gaining edtech grants

Regional supports

Council on Foundations: DAmag.me/cof

Grants and leadership programs for educators

NEA Foundation: neafoundation.org

International Literacy Association: DAmag.me/ila

Finding research to support grant proposals

Scholar.google.com

International Society for Technology in Education: iste.org

Learntechlib.org

Verifying school demographics

National Center for Education Statistics: DAmag.me/nc

E-rate (schools and libraries program)

DAmag.me/erate

Federal funding for technology

DAmag.me/fedtech

Emily Ann Brown is associate editor.