With thanks to Audrey Streeter who referred me to many of these sources
Don't be put off by the adjunct faculty label - this site has links for forms, how to write grants, tutorials, etc.
Some interesting stuff. Check out the links to Washington state
Foundation Center. The definitive source for Foundation activities,
GuideStar Find information on the activities and finances of more than 650,000 nonprofit organizations, the latest news on philanthropy, and resources for donors and non-profits
http://www.grantsnet.org/ Grantsnet Scientists in training -- Grad students, postdocs, and junior faculty members -- are especially vulnerable in this era of competitive funding. To help, AAAS and HHMI have created a searchable database of biomedical funding options from non-profit organizations and federal agencies. We're also building a collection of interviews with application reviewers, program officers, and recent award recipients. Sign up for funding updates
http://www.tgci.com The Grantsmanship Center. This organization has been around since the 60s.
http://www.indra.com/nnr/ Northwest Nonprofit Resources
National Council of University Research Administrators
- Not as good as the SRA above. has some broken links.
Entrepreneurs Resource Page. Some good enterprising resources
The new search engine