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Grants

Welcome to the Extension Grants information page!

Sources of external funding have become increasingly important in funding our programs, and we are here to offer help in targeting the best grant opportunities to fit your needs.

Each quarter, Laura Waters, Extension Grant Coordinator, will be publishing an Extension Grant E-news which will include a "Grant Announcement" section with upcoming grant opportunities. Monthly emails will also be sent out featuring upcoming grant opportunities. We will continue to have resources available here on our website.

 

Extension Resources:
GRANT SUCCESS STORIES
Extension Grant E-news (Fall 2015): Extension Grants e-News provides readers with information on current and reoccuring grant announcements, Extension grant success stories, and grant tips. Editions are published quarterly. (Archives are available in the bottom right hand corner of this page.)
Bacon County 4-H Receives a Grassroots Art Grant
 
 

 

 
  Extension Grant Training Resources:
Grant Reporting Resources: Grant Writing: The Basics- power point presentation
FY 2009-2010 Extension Grant Development Report Grant Writing: Getting Specific- printable curriculum to be facillitated by the Grant Coordinator

FY 2008-2009 Extension Grant Development Newsletter

Grant Writing Quick Tips Newsletter

FY 2008-2009 Extension Grant Development Report

External Funding Template - This template is a resource for agents to build support for funding needs. Filling out the template provides an immediate resource for grant applications.
  Program Logic Model
Ongoing Grant Opportunities: The Foundation Center: Proposal Writing Online Short Course
The Captain Planet Foundation supports hands on environmental education projects in amounts from $500 to $2500. Rolling deadline. Grant Samples Available Upon Request
The Walmart Foundationis committed to serve the communities that it is stationed in through giving. Contact Community Relations at your local Walmart for an application.  
Seeds for Education gives money for educational gardens. Grant E-news Archives
Dollar General community youth literacy grant for $2500 or less.
Mix It Up offers $500 for youth-led projects that advocate social change.  
Georgia Community Foundations offer funding to local communities  
   
Grant Search Engines:  
Foundation Center has a wealth of resources for fundraising  
Grants.gov lists announcements from the federal government  
Georgia.gov links to departments for the state of Georgia  
Youth Service America links to available youth grants  
ServeNet grants for service related projects  
Grantsalert is a search engine for education grants  
   
More Grant Seeking Resources:  
Georgia Department of Community Affairs Grant Programs  
Foundations that Grant to Youth Development Matrix  

Classes on grant writing are available at Extension Winter School or through scheduling your own training session.

 

 

 

 
The University of Georgia and Ft. Valley State University, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and counties of the state cooperating. The Cooperative Extension Service offers educational programs, assistance and materials to all people without regard to race, color, national origin, age, sex or disability. An equal opportunity/affirmative action organization committed to a diverse work force.