Learn how to write mini-grants, including tips to keep the process simple, discover ways to find companies and organizations that award grant money as well as exam other ways to earn money, and receive donations.

Mini-Grant Options

Mini-Grant Writing Guide

We have grant opportunities for both institutions and individuals listed below.


Are you in need of funding so you can create the classroom or curriculum of your dreams? Look no further! Have you been wanting a NAO Robot or other STEM curriculum? Maybe you need a Skoog and Beamz for music therapy. Below you will find a list of grants to explore for your technology, curriculum, and professional development needs. Please check back on this page periodically as we will update it with different funding resources that become available.

Braitmayer Foundation: Professional development grants of up to $35,000 are awarded annually.

GetEdFunding: This is a resource for schools to find grants geared towards their classroom needs. Specify your criteria and search for funding, then save your lists for later. This is a great one-stop-shop type site to find current funding opportunities for your school, district, and community.

Honda USA Foundation Funding: Grant deadlines are August 1st and November 1st. Award amounts range from $20,000 to $75,000 and focus on STEM, environment, job training or literacy needs.

Les Paul Foundation: If you are looking to improve or start a music therapy program, funding can be obtained through The Les Paul Foundation.

The Max and Victoria Dreyfus Foundation: Grants are awarded in the fall and spring each year, ranging from $1,000 to $20,000

Toshiba American Foundation (TAF) Grants for Grades 6-12: Grant deadlines are twice per year. TAF provides grants for science and math education for classroom projects over $5,000.


There are many different funding assistance programs available for families today. Below is a short list of organizations that provide various grants and financial assistance opportunities.

You can also find additional financing assistance through your state’s Assistive Technology Act Program.

Anchor of Hope Foundation

Kiddie Pool

Bright Steps Forward

Kya’s Krusade

Building Blocks For Kids

Lori’s Voice

Different Needz Foundation

McLindon Family Foundation

Giving Angels Foundation

Midwest Council for Children with Disabilities

Holton’s Heroes

M.O.R.G.A.N. Project

Huckleberry Foundation

NWO Apraxia Support

IM ABLE Foundation

Small Steps in Speech

June Brandy Foundation

United Cerebral Palsy Resources Guide