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SAM.gov (Formerly Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance)
The official U.S. government website for people who make, receive, and manage federal awards.
Related materials are shelved in Government Documents main stacks. PREX 2.2
This federal site includes comprehensive information about government grants.
Federal Register through FdSys
This is the free government site for access to the Federal Register.
Paper copies shelved in Documents collection: AE 2.106:
Social Work NIH Grant Directory
A directory of National Institutes of Health grants awarded to social work researchers from 1993 to present. Provided by Boston College's School of Social Work.
The following programs are just a few of the grant programs available through Ohio agencies. Stop by Ohio.gov to search for more, or visit BGSU's Office of Sponsored Programs and Research!
Websites with Links to Grant-Funding Sources
Community Foundation Locator
You can click on a map to find community foundations in a desired state. Provided by the Council on Foundations.
Foundation Directory Online Quick Start
The full database is a subscription product, but there is a limited amount of free information about foundations. You must register to be able to search for free. Check with your local public library, they might have a subscription.
An extensive list of websites with information about available grants.
RHIhub: Rural Health Information Hub: Funding Opportunities
An extensive list of grant-funding organizations that may fund projects in rural areas.
Social Work: Grants & Philanthropy Subpage
A guide from Washington University in St. Louis. This page includes links to websites that provide information on nonprofit organizations.
Special Needs Resource Project: Resources
A searchable database of resources for people with special needs This includes listings for both governmental and non-governmental resources. Not all of the organizations provide grants, but categories such as Agencies/Assistance Programs may include some useful organizations.
Finding Funding--BGSU can help!
The BGSU Office of Sponsored Programs and Research is an excellent resource for faculty and graduate students interested in obtaining funding sources. They offer assistance with locating funding sources and applying for grants.
Undergraduate students can learn about funding resources from the BGSU Center for Undergraduate Research and Scholarship.
Although BGSU Libraries does not currently own copies of the directories below, they are available in many libraries. They are updated annually and are useful for identifying non-government funding organizations.
Annual Register of Grant Support by
Call Number: AS911.A2A67
Copies are available in OhioLINK. Use this link to request a copy to be sent to BGSU for you to pick up at Jerome Library.
Foundation Directory by
Call Number: OhioLINK
You may be able to request copies of older editions through OhioLINK to be sent to BGSU for you to pick up at Jerome Library.