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National Training & Technical Assistance Project
Expanding the Power of the Independent Living Movement

Even MORE Grant Information!
(Updated September 2004)

[ Council on Foundations ]

[ The Foundation Center ]

[ Guide for Grantseekers ]

[ GovCon ]

[ Grants and Funding ]

[ Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance ]

[ Government Printing Office/Nationall Archives ]

[ Housing and Urban Development ]

[ National Endowment for the Humanities ]

[ National Institute for Literacy ]

[ National Institutes for Health ]

[ National Science Foundation ]

[ National Telecommunications Information Agency ]

[ US Department of Health and Human Services ]

 

Additional Grantwriting Resources

[ Basic Elements of Grantwriting ]

[ Writing a Successful Grant Proposal ]

[ National Science Foundation Guide for Proposal Writing ]

[ The Foundation Center: A Proposal Writing Short Course ]

[ EPA Grantwriting Tutorial ]

[ Proposal Writer's Guide ]

[ Tips for Successful Grant Writing ]

[ NMSU Library Grants Information: Grant Writing ]

[ The First Steps to Creating an Acceptable Budget for a Grant ]

[ Obtaining Resources for Technology in Education: A How-to Guide for Writing Proposals, Forming Partnerships, and Raising Funds ]

[ Going after Grants: An experienced grant writer shares his secrets. ]

[ Health and Human Services Department (GrantsNet) ]

The mission of the IL-NET is to provide training and technical assistance on a variety of issues central to independent living today--understanding the Rehab Act, what the statewide independent living council is and how it can operate most effectively, management issues for centers for independent living, systems advocacy, computer networking, and others. Training activities are conducted conference-style, via long-distance communication, webcasts, through widely disseminated print and audio materials, and through the promotion of a strong national network of centers and individuals in the independent living field. ..

Substantial support for development of this publication was provided by the Rehabilitation Services Administration, U.S. Department of Education. The content is the responsibility of ILRU and no official endorsement of the Department of Education should be inferred.

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