Below are links that grantwriters will find useful in their endeavors:
This is the homepage for the U.S. Census Bureau. The data for the 2010 Census has been released but is not as in depth as the 2000 Census. It is good to use a combination of the two to create a picture of your target population. Within the 2010 Census page there is also data on Economics, Governments, American Community, etc. they are conducted annually or every 5 years.
A-Z Index of U.S. Government Departments and Agencies, for everything that relates to the federal government.
This link will take you to the GaDOE and the Georgia Governor's Office of Student Achievement. Data on the state, local systems and individual schools is available. Much of the data is also broken down by sex, race and subgroups (Students with Disabilities, Migrant, Limited English Proficient, etc).
Independent Sector - Value of Volunteer Time. Often cost sharing or match is required by a funder. This site is the acknowledge expert resources on volunteer time.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics annually updates wage estimates by region and occupation. This site provides specific wage values for skilled volunteers/positions by job title and state region. The regions cover most metropolitan and nonmetropolitan areas by state.
U.S. General Services Administration, this federal office sets lodging and meals rates for all areas of the country. These travel rates are recognized by all types of funders as an acceptable way to value future travel on a grant application.