Presentation on theme: "Is There a Federal Grant in Your Future? Presenter: Glenda ONeal www.glendaoneal.com IYI 2007 Conference Youth Workers Rock!"— Presentation transcript:
Is There a Federal Grant in Your Future? Presenter: Glenda ONeal www.glendaoneal.com IYI 2007 Conference Youth Workers Rock!
Runaway and Homeless Youth Education Foster Care Teen Pregnancy Prevention Mental Health Obesity What Kind of Grants?
Who Makes the Grants? Agriculture Commerce Defense Education Energy Health and Human Services (HHS) Housing and Urban Development (HUD) International Development Homeland Security NEA NEH NSF SBA Interior Justice Labor State Transportation Treasury Veteran Affairs Corp. for National and Community Services EPA Museum and Libraries NASA National Archives Social Security
What Type of Grants? Equipment Research Capital Loans Training and TA Operations/Admin Formula Grants Project Grants Set-Aside Funds
How to Identify Federal Grants 1. GRANTS.GOV 2. Federal Register 3. Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) 4. Federal Agency Websites
GRANTS.GOV and the Federal Register THE official government document and website Information about current grant announcements, deadlines, rules, and regulations FR Published daily and announcements appear one time Access online @…
How to Access the FR GRANTS.GOV www.grants.govwww.grants.gov www.gpoaccess.gov/index.html LISTSERV@LISTSERV.ACCESS.GPO.GOV
CFDA Describes all government programs Published annually in June Every program has a CFDA number CFDA 83.155 Historical information Search online @ www.cfda.gov
Federal Agency Websites Office of Justice www.ojp.usdoj.gov www.ncjrs.org SAMHSA www.samhsa.gov HUD Super NOFA www.hud.gov Department of Labor www.dol.gov Dept. of HHS www.dhhs.gov Dept. of Commerce www.ntia.doc.gov Office of FBCI www.fbci.gov
Research Tips: How to Identify Grants 1. Get a jump start with the CFDA. 2. Read the Federal Register and GRANTS.GOV daily. 3. Check websites weekly. 4. Register with list serves. 5. Allow plenty of time to collect information.
Are You Eligible to Apply? Read each RFP for eligibility. (Individuals, for and not for profits, government agencies) Eligibility will vary by grant program. ALWAYS verify your eligibility with the federal office making the grant. Be flexible.
Are You Ready to Apply? Are you ready and willing to… Develop your organization? Apply for a DUNS number? Establish books and record keeping systems so you are financially accountable? Track clients? Evaluate programs? Put things in writing?