Funding Sources

Sources of Funding

 

Click the buttons below for curated lists of funding sources:

The Arts LinkHumanities linknatural sciences link

social sciences linkearly career linkbook projects link

 

Or conduct a targeted search in the Pivot database:

Pivot Database

With Pivot you can:
  • Receive possible funding opportunity matches, with minimal effort on your part, because Pivot searches for you automatically based on the information contained in your personal Pivot Profile.
  • Conduct targeted searches on special topics/projects by building your own custom searches. You can search by discipline, investigator type, by country and sign up for funding alerts.
  • Receive emails weekly as new funding opportunities matching your profile or saved targeted searches emerge.

Pivot is a subscription-based funding search service available to Wellesley College faculty and staff. 

Create a Pivot account here. (Most faculty already have an account. Your college email address is your userid. Contact Penny Miceli for a password reset).

1-page Quick Start Guide

Pivot Guide (8 Pages)

YouTube Video: Registering for Pivot (2 min)

YouTube Video: Claiming your Pivot profile (3 min) 

YouTube Video: Updating your Pivot profile (6 min)

YouTube Video: Your Pivot Profile Funding Matches (2 min)

YouTube Video: Your Pivot Home Page Advisor (2 min)

YouTube video: Quick Search (2 min)

YouTube Video: Advanced Searches (6 min)

YouTube Video: Navigating and/or Refining Your Search Results (3 min)

YouTube Video: Saved Searches (4 min)


Other Databases

Grants.gov is the Federal goverment’s online search system for the 26 Federal Agencies that award grants. The funding opportunity database is accessible to the public. Each agency publishes Funding Opportunity Announcements (FOAs) in Grants.gov. You can search by keyword or customize your searches. 
 

Common Funding Sources

Federal Funding Sources

Private Funding Sources

Other Funding Sources