Resources

RESOURCES

Grant Writing, Information,
and Related Resources

Grant Writing,
Information, and
Related Resources

Grant Writing, Information, and Related Resources

The UW-Madison Grants Information Collection offers an array of information about grant writing, seeking, and other resources.

KIDS COUNT®, a project of the Annie E. Casey Foundation, is a national and state-by-state effort to track the well-being of children in the United States.

Explore Census Data provides community data, including population and income of a community.

Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) monitors six types of health-risk behaviors that contribute to the leading causes of death and disability among youth and adults.

The Foundation Directory Online is the most up-to-date, complete information you can get about grantmakers and the grants they’ve made.

The Grant Professionals Association is a nonprofit membership association that builds and supports an international community of grant professionals committed to serving the greater public good by practicing the highest ethical and professional standards.

ALICE REPORT (A United Way Effort) – ALICE is an acronym for Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed, which is a new way of defining and understanding the struggles of households that earn above the Federal Poverty Level, but not enough to afford a bare-bones household budget. Search Google for your local Alice Report. It is not available in all areas.

Search Guidestar for the most complete, up-to-date nonprofit data available.

Sample Timelines (South Carolina Department of Education)

GRANTS.GOV is a hub for finding grant-related information, researching federal grant opportunities, and submitting federal grant proposals.

Logic Models for Program Development and Evaluation
(University of Wisconsin Extension)

The American Evaluation Association is an international professional association of evaluators devoted to the application and exploration of program evaluation, personnel evaluation, technology, and many other forms of evaluation.

Measuring Program Outcomes — The University of Wisconsin