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The Grant Center for Public Media is public broadcasting's premier source for grant seekers, providing a one-stop shop for funding opportunities tailored specifically for public broadcasting stations, along with related news, resources and tools to help you make your case. A partnership between America's Public Television Stations (APTS) and Greater Public, the Grant Center is a subscription service available to all public media organizations. To learn more about the Grant Center's services or to subscribe, visit the sign up page.
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The Foundation’s arts and culture grantmaking focuses on “creative placemaking.” Grants also available for college readiness and access.
Foundation Funding
The Foundation’s new focus is on challenging inequality. Grants for media focus heavily on social justice and informing the public about complex social issues.
Foundation Funding
Grants support outreach, engagement and some production for social justice-focused documentary film. Applications accepted on a rolling basis.
Foundation Funding
Updated February 2017. The Grant Center for Public Media has created a new resource to help public broadcasters learn about and apply for NSF grants.
This NSF program supported partnerships that promote effective K-12 STEM education in both formal and informal settings. Deadline: March 29, 2017.
Federal Funding
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Tips, Hints and How-Tos for Better Grantseeking
This webinar, held December 6, 2016, focused on general and practical tips to improving grantseeking at your station.
Meet the Funders: National Endowment for the Humanities
This webinar, held on November 3, 2016, at 1:00 p.m. ET, focused on funding opportunities for public broadcasters in the National Endowment for the Humanities.Guest speaker: Dr. Marc Ruppel from...


Read the Grant Center's January 2017 newsletter.
Read the Grant Center's November/December 2016 Newsletter.