Entries by Paula Love

Cook Up Some Funding During the COVID Challenge

Throughout our nation and across our world significant challenges are rising as we strive to keep students safe, healthy, and learning during the COVID – 19 pandemic.  As teachers, you have had to react quickly to new systems of learning. It is like creating a homemade recipe for maintaining high quality remote learning while also addressing […]

Orange You Ready for More Grant Opportunities?

An orange can boost your immune system and we want to boost your opportunities for more funding. We are sweetening our GrantsAlert “Find Grants” Tool to enable you to uncover more grants to help your students. For only $99 a year or $9 a month, we can bring you a healthy dose of funding. It’s […]

It’s the Time of the Season Filled with Joy

This bright and beautiful time of the year brings a bigger and brighter GrantsAlert in 2020! Soon RFPMatch will unwrap a new GrantsAlert and we want you to share our joy and anticipation. For almost two decades, GrantsAlert continues to be grateful that you chose us to help you make a difference in education. Now […]

The Heart, the Brains, and the Courage in Grant Writing

Every year, teachers quietly and anonymously pay an average of $500, and up to a $1,000, a year for supplies for their classroom.  Yet, this goes beyond pens and papers, and can include lessons and the tools needed to teach them.   For example, a recent Gallup, Inc. report shows that 43% of teachers purchase electronic […]

Stressing About Writing A Grant?

Recently, I was working on a funding presentation and came across some warning information on a state website regarding grant writing services. This is a caution to school districts and/or schools about free grant writing services. Beware of Free Grant Writing There are companies that operate online offering “free” grant writing services that are not […]

The Bookends of Education and Funding Opportunities

As educators, we spend much time reading and studying. We know reading is the foundation skill for learning. Perhaps in your classroom you have compiled many books to share with young learners that demonstrate the importance of reading. Sometimes we use bookends to support the series of books and make the book titles stand out. […]

Put the Fun into Funding

  Finding the right grant; Crafting a logic model;  Forming partnership;, Creating the project design; Detailing a budget; Writing the application; and Submitting all of this in a timely fashion Wow — all these tasks sound like a lot of complicated and all-consuming work and really no fun.  It is a lot of work. Now […]

Three Reasons to Fall in Love with Funding

February is a time of year when we are surrounded by images and messages of love. Perhaps you, or someone you know, may be considering a Request for Proposal to the love in your life. At GrantsAlert, we fall in love everyday with being able to help you uncover the resources to make a difference […]

Fall Funding: Challenges & Opportunities

The arrival of fall means your students are back in school. This year, we saw an increased challenge for teachers and schools as they struggle with the lack of resources to meet the demands of a new school year. We read about many, many of you reaching deep into your personal pockets ($479 deep according […]