Each year, grant-makers in the U.S. award more than $350 billion to help fund worthwhile causes. Researching those funding sources takes some time and effort, but the results can be worth the work. Because of its focus and success, the WhyTry Program is a good fit for many potential funders.
For example, many schools and other organizations subsidize WhyTry materials and training with federal fundingunder Titles I and II (for professional development) or Title IV (Safe and Drug Free Schools). Check to see if the legislature in your state has allocated funds for programs like WhyTry. You may also consider approaching private organizations which offer funding opportunities.
A wide range of helpful resources are available for grant-seekers. The document below provides you with tips and resources to help you get the funding you need.