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The Foundation Center offers free webinars for beginners and fee based classes
for more extensive learning.
KaBOOM’s Toolkit provides good information about writing grants for playgrounds.
For Federal Grants, the National Institute for Health and Human Services put out
Grant Sources for Schools, Playgrounds, and Outdoor Classrooms
grantsalert.com–Listing of different grant sources for teachers
grantwatch.com–-GrantWatch is the number one resource for disability grants for programming for adults and children (and their families) who have been diagnosed with Autism, Developmentally Challenged (Disabled or Delayed), Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorders; Visually Impaired with Blindness or Low Vision; Brain Injury; Hearing Impaired, Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing; Learning Disabilities; Medical Disabilities; Physical Disabilities; Psychiatric Disabilities; and Speech and Language Disabilities.
Playworld —Listing of fundraising ideas and grant sources by state
Lowes–Provides funding for schools to build an Outdoor Classroom
Captain Planet Foundation–Provides funding for projects that focus on
environmental education and include students in the planning.
KaBOOM–-Often provides challenge grants for community build playgrounds
Kortat’s List of Grants–A list of grant sources
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