Federal Government Resources
The Federal Government is a rich source of grant funding of all kinds. Some new online tools make it easier to find government funding:
Databases that pull together information from a variety of agencies and other sources:
Grants.gov has federal grants aimed primarily at the institutional, not individual, level, but there are some limit number of individual grants included in the database.
Federal Student Aid from the Dept. of Education has more general information about the entire student aid process, with many links to further information; primarily for undergrads but has something for students at any stage of their education http://studentaid.ed.gov/
Individual Government Agencies
GrantsNet -- From the Department of Health & Human Services
National Science Foundation -- Find Funding
National Institute of Health -- Office of Extramural Research
Environmental Protection Agency -- Grants and Fellowship Information. Includes environmental education grants
Department of Education -- Grants & Contracts
National Endowment for the Humanities -- independent grant-making agency of the U.S. government dedicated to supporting research, education, preservation, and public programs in the humanities.
Attribution - This box was created by Oregon State University Libraries.
There are also some useful guides in the Reference Collection. Browse in the vicinity of these sources to find other, similar ones.