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Links to the websites for federal agencies, state agencies, and foundations are provided here as resources to investigators as they prepare funding applications.

 


Resources for Federal Opportunities

Grants.gov - Centralized online system to find and apply for over 900 grant programs from the 26 Federal grant-making agencies
Commerce Business Daily - Search for agency contracts
Federal Acquisition Jumpstation - Federal agency procurement information
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Priorities: Human services and child health care

Priorities: Philanthropic organization, community

Priorities: Research fellowship opportunities for study in Germany

Priorities: Strengthening higher education; promoting civil, social, and cultural welfare advancing medical research and improving health services

Priorities: Religious, charitable, literary and educational purposes

Priorities: Art and humanities

Priorities: American History, Literature, and Culture through 1876

Priorities: Ph.D. studies in astronomy

Priorities: Youth and scientific education

Priorities: Psychosocial and behavioral, health services, health policy, epidemiological, clinical and cancer control research

Priorities: Humanistic studies in all fields of learning in the humanities and the social sciences

Priorities: Education, research, and mutual understanding across the United States and the nations of Eastern Europe, Eurasia, and Southeast Europe

Priorities: Diabetes research

Priorities: Aging and geriatric medicine

Priorities: Alzheimer's Disease, Glaucoma, Macular Degeneration, Heart Disease, and Stroke

Priorities: American Jewish studies

Priorities: Promotes useful knowledge in the sciences and humanities through excellence in scholarly research, professional meetings, publications, library resources, and community outreach

Priorities: Egyptian history and culture

Priorities: Educational and cultural exchange between the U.S. and Nordic countries

Priorities: Engineering and technology education

Priorities: Media and telecommunications tools for K-12 teachers

Priorities: Media and democracy program focusing on social equity and justice

Priorities: Arthritis and related disorders

Priorities: Seminars, policy programs, conferences and leadership development initiatives

Priorities: Support for female students in a behavioral, life, physical, or social science or engineering program leading to a Ph.D. degree



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Priorities: Study of books and manuscripts as physical objects

Priorities: Arts and culture, education and civic and urban affairs

Priorities: American democratic capitalism

Priorities: Gerontology, geriatrics, dementia

Priorities: Economics, foreign policy, governance, and metropolitan policy

Priorities: Medical sciences



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Priorities: Human relations in chemical engineering and related sciences

Priorities: Health, nutrition, and community development

Priorities: Cancer immunology, which is based on the premise that the body's immune system can be mobilized against cancer

Priorities: U.S. and British Commonwealth grants to promote the advancement and diffusion of knowledge and understanding)

Priorities: Support for education, health and human services, and civic, cultural, and environmental causes

Priorities: International security problems

Priorities: Religion through the diverse perspectives of the humanities and social sciences

Priorities: World's largest particle physics laboratory

Priorities: Science, health, and education

Priorities: Seeking to support efforts that promote a just, equitable and sustainable society

Priorities: Study of Europe in the social sciences and humanities, promoting interdisciplinary research and study

Priorities: Helping to administer the Fulbright Scholar Program in order to promote an international exchange of scholars

Priorities: Offers a range of fellowships and awards in support of its goal to expand leadership capacity in the information professions

Priorities: Promoting knowledge, growth, and action in philanthropy

Priorities: Working on the development of ways to cure and control cystic fibrosis and improve the quality of life of those with the disease)



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Priorities: Designed to develop an aesthetic that is informed by science, history and philosophy and that takes into consideration both the intellectual and intuitive responses to art

Priorities: Community development, education, and the arts

Priorities: Seeks to improve civic engagement by promoting a better understanding of Congress and its leaders through archival, research, and educational programs

Priorities: Financial assistance to organizations committed to improving our world



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Priorities: Educational measurement research and analysis, innovative assessment, and product development, and informative policy studies to advance education

Priorities: Sustainable energy

Priorities: Major engineering societies of the day

Priorities: Treatment, better understanding of causes, and seizure prevention

Priorities: Funding programs that build civil society and private enterprise in the countries of the former Soviet Union



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Priorities: Mass media studies

Priorities: Democratic values, poverty and injustice, international cooperation and human achievement

Priorities: Education, community development, and auto-related environment and safety



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Priorities: Encouraging new research and supporting healthcare organizations that reach people in need and increasing family assistance, education, and global libraries

Priorities: Community improvement in social services, education, youth nutrition and fitness, and arts and culture

Priorities: Library and museum collection devoted to popular interest and scholarly research in U.S. history during the post-World War II era

Priorities: A publicly-funded independent organization of higher education institutions in Germany

Priorities: Cooperation and understanding between the United States and Europe; economics, environment, immigration and integration

Priorities: Grants support a diverse range of projects all over the world that strengthen the understanding and preservation of the visual arts

Priorities: Scholarship and the arts

Priorities: Developing high-potential youth, promoting entrepreneurship and business education, and advancing academic achievement

Priorities: Nurturing and enriching an informed and creative public dialogue concerning architecture and the built environment

Priorities: For design, construction and operation of facilities making minimal draw on nonrenewable resources

Priorities: Fellowships for advanced professionals in all fields -natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, creative arts- except the performing arts



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Priorities: History of American enterprise

Priorities: Fostering the Truman Library as a center for research and as a provider of educational and public programs

Priorities: Innovative use of mobile technology in K-16 education and identification of K-12 public schools and two- and four-year colleges and universities that HP might support with future grants

Priorities: Volunteerism, do-it-yourself expertise, product donations and monetary grants to meet critical needs and build affordable communities

Priorities: Science as integral to decision-making with regard to the Hudson River and its watershed and support of competent stewardship of this resource

Priorities: Finding a cure for Huntington's Disease while providing support and services for those living with HD and their families

Priorities: Independent research center with holdings in British and American history, literature, art history, and the history of science and medicine



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Priorities: Encouragement, support and patronage of learning through fundamental research and definitive scholarship across a wide range of fields

Priorities: Cultural concerns and Christian ecumenism

Priorities: Detection, treatment, and prevention of cognitive impairment

Priorities: Largest educational association serving the employee benefits and compensation industry

Priorities: Education, independent media, Internet development, and civil society programs in the United States, Europe, Eurasia, the Middle East and North Africa, and Asia

Priorities: Global control of cancer



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Priorities: Science and the application of psychology

Priorities: Improving the quality of life and contributing to new knowledge through support of research and scholarship

Priorities: Center for advanced research in history and the humanities, founded in 1846 and located at Brown University since 1901

Priorities: Improving the way society deals with mental retardation (intellectual disabilities), and to identify and disseminate ways to prevent the causes of these disabilities

Priorities: Collaboration and exchange between Japan and the United States on a wide range of issues

Priorities: Diversity of opinion in the examination of economic policy issues while striving to transform ideological arguments into informed debate

Prioriteis: Accelerating research progress to cure diabetes and its complications



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Priorities: Major health care issues facing the United States



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Priorities: Cultural freedom, diversity and creativity through projects which support exceptional contemporary artists and writers, as well as inspired Native activists in rural indigenous communities

Priorities: Blood cancer research, education and patient services working to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families

Priorities: Partnerships between those who support research in the life sciences and academic institutions for their mutual benefit

Priorities: Balance between the advance of technology and the preservation of the natural/human environment

Priorities: Education, health & fitness, art education

Priorities: Expanding access and success in education beyond high school

Priorities: Interdisciplinary exploration of higher education; increased understanding between Asia and the United States; the study of religion and theology; scholarship in American art; opportunities for women in science and engineering; and environmental and public policy programs



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Priorities: Lasting improvement in the human condition

Priorities: Emerging communication and information technologies to address critical public needs

Priorities: Furthering mathematical research through broadly based programs in the mathematical sciences and closely related activities

Priorities: Education & learning, health and well-being, girls' empowerment, bringing joy to children

Priorities: Leadership, the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University, freedom of expression, diversity, and US military-media relations

Priorities: Education & research, social services, culture, health care, public policy

Priorities: Support for underrepresented and underprivileged children and youth in areas of arts, education and health



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Priorities: Support for international collaboration between scientists of the countries of the Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council or the Mediterranean Dialogue

Priorities: Long-term, high quality programs of post-doctoral research about the social, political, economic and historical development of Russia, Eurasia, and Eastern Europe

Priorities: Improving the capacity of the US to communicate in languages other than English

Priorities: Jewish cultural creativity and preservation in America

Priorities: Vital research to increase geographic knowledge

Priorities: Advanced study in all fields of the humanities

Priorities: Research aimed at finding the cause of Multiple Sclerosis and developing better treatments along with an eventual cure

Priorities: Seeking to build a socially and economically just society that values and protects the ecological balance for future generations; promotes humane health care; and fosters arts and culture that enriches communities



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Priorities: American History conferences, publications, and fellowships

Priorities: Promoting empowerment and well being of women and girls, cultural and ethnic diversity, and social change

Priorities: Promoting open societies by shaping government policy and supporting education, media, public health, and human and women's rights, as well as social, legal, and economic reform



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Priorities: Providing information, policy solutions and support for civic life

Priorities: Disciplines important to the pharmaceutical industry

Priorities: Biomedical, social science, and public health research

Priorities: Higher education, community service, public policy and environment

Priorities: Software licensing, conferences, research, emergency funds, scholarships, and use of facilities for secondary schools and teachers



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Priorities: Physical sciences (astronomy, chemistry, and physics mainly) at U.S. and Canadian colleges and universities

Priorities: Analyzing environmental, energy, and natural resource topics

Priorities: Urban affairs, education, biomedical research policy, Jewish philanthropy and education

Priorities: International security and foreign policy, and domestic public policy

Priorities: Reproductive rights and health information, management of cultural institutions, and the performance of public institutions in New York

Priorities: Improved health and health care of all Americans

Priorities: Knowledge, values and critical choices, creative expression, and public policy

Priorities: Causes and consequences of the decline in demand for low-skill workers in advanced economies



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Priorities: Repository of ancient, medieval, and Renaissance manuscripts in the world, containing some 70,000 manuscript codices

Priorities: Collecting, preserving and providing access to resources documenting the experiences of peoples of African descent throughout the world

Priorities: Making efforts to transform society's institutions, thereby making them more responsible, and to empower individuals to develop their full potential

Priorities: Grants to promising young researchers in fields of science and engineering

Priorities: Science and technology, standard of living and economic performances, education and careers in science and technology, selected national issues, and a civic program

Priorities: Ensuring vitality of U.S. social, economic, and governmental institutions; assisting with the development of effective policies to compete internationally and to advance U.S. interests and values abroad

Priorities: Scholarly interactions with students and scholars at universities, museums, and other research institutions around the world

Priorities: Quality of scientific research and training of younger researchers

Priorities: Advancement of analytical chemistry through science education

Priorities: Advancing excellence in health care through support of education and research in nuclear medicine

Priorities: High-quality investigation of education, strengthening and renewing the educational research community through fellowship and training programs and related activities

Priorities: Research and fellowships in numerous fields of the humanities

Priorities: Meeting the needs of communities by focusing educational giving into priorities schools and K-12 public schools



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Priorities: Leading technical association for the worldwide pulp, paper, and converting industry

Priorities: Interchange and exchange of information within the community of those concerned with the affairs of Spain, Portugal, Ibero-America and Antarctica

Priorities: Funding K-12 education programs, especially in the areas of mathematics and science



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Priorities: Arts and culture, education, health and wellness, and the disabled



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Priorities: Sustainable World Program and the Secure World Program, both dedicated to bettering lives through environmental stability and national security respectively

Priorities: Support and sharing of effective ideas and practices to strengthen education leadership, arts participation and out-of-school learning

Priorities: Basic research in all branches of anthropology

Priorities: The sponsor supports efforts to improve the quality of life in communities where it operates, and to increase understanding of the importance and sustainability of forests and the products they provide to meet people's needs. Eligible applicants are private, nonprofit, tax-exempt organizations and public entities.

Priorities: Biomedical engineering

Priorities: Vertebrate (excluding clinical) and invertebrate neurobiology in the United States

Priorities: Serious social and environmental problems where risk capital, responsibly invested, may make a difference over time

Priorities: Valuing young people and enabling them to reach their full potential

Priorities: American country estate housing numerous collections of antiques and Americana

Priorities: Building the capacity of individuals, communities, and institutions to solve their own problems

Priorities: Science and engineering Research, undergraduate science and engineering, medical research, liberal arts, and Southern California

Priorities: Marine science and the education of marine scientists

Priorities: Fellowships for graduate study, professional development for teachers, educational opportunities for women and minorities, relating the academy to society, and national service in three broad areas of concern: A Liberal Arts Renaissance, Access and Opportunity, and Partnerships for Learning

Priorities: Interdisciplinary teaching and research center drawing the majority of its faculty and students from the humanities and social sciences



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