Cash for your class – how to land that education grant.

How to win a grant for your science classroom

Want more money for your classroom? If you said yes, it’s likely you’re among the 94% of teachers spending their own hard-earned salaries on school supplies for their students.1

There are literally hundreds of sources of education funding available. Millions of dollars are awarded every year to teachers who know where to find them and how to win them.

You can join the ranks of the financially fortunate, and you don’t need to become an expert on grant research and writing to do it – because you have us. Our in-house Funding & Grants Services Staff will identify local and national grants you may be eligible for and help you write the kind of grant application that’s likely to win. You’ll get one-on-one assistance and it won’t take as long as you might think – just three to five total hours in most cases. The best part is, our grants services are absolutely free.

We've helped over 1,000 educators win over $5 million in science funding since 2012 – and we can help you too. Head over to our Grant Services page, check out some available grants, or contact our staff to get started today.

Get that science grant

As always, if you have any questions about funding and grants or anything else, just ask the Ward’s Science Plus Us team at sciencehelp@vwr.com. Our in-house scientists and technicians are ready to answer even the toughest inquiries.

1. U.S. Department of Education. (May 2018). Public school teacher spending on classroom supplies. Retrieved from https://nces.ed.gov/pubs2018/2018097.pdf.

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