The Afterschool.gov Search for Funding link will take you to a site in which you can conduct a search for funding opportunities.  The search is operated within the Afterschool.gov site.

Foundation Center Find Funders  Identify funding sources, subscribe to receive information regarding funding sources, and/or implement a search for grant makers in your specific geographical location.

Grants.gov  For federal funding options, search the site by clicking on the "grant search" link under "For Applicants" on the right-hand side of the page.  To stay up-to-date on potential opportunities, you might want to subscribe to the blog.

Grants Information Collection  On the UW-Madison web site, a list of federal funding options is available.  Databases are included but may not be accessible by the general public.

Funding Databases by Category  A database of federal funding options is also listed on the UW-Madison web site.  They may not be accessible without specific account/log-in information.



While several links to specific funding options have been provided, such opportunities continually change.  Therefore, a direct link to the Funding Information Center on the FindYouthInfo.gov site is provided.  Through this link, you will gain access to government funding opportunities, RSS feeds to which you may want to subscribe, funding updates, etc.  A one-time registration is required.  It may take up to seven weeks to process a first-time registration.

Would you like to receive monthly funding tips and periodic updates on new resources and youth activities?  To join the Youth Program Mailing List, send an e-mail to ypl@financeproject.org

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The 21st Century Community Learning Centers provides federal funding for afterschool programming providing services to students in high-poverty, low performing schools.