Non-profit organizations traditionally have small budgets. Think about how much better off yours would be if you could get what it needs without having to buy it! Here are some suggested items for which you can ask in a grant proposal.
Regular part-time expertise in accounting, data processing, management or program development
The use of facilities such as rooms, vehicles, computer time, AV equipment
Corporate help setting up a volunteer program
Web page design
Corporate permission for an Employer/Employee gift match
Price breaks for free, at-cost, discounted, and buy-some-get-some-free items:
Note: Generally, it's a good idea to make the organization's money stretch as far as possible. There's always something else to spend it on!