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Under pressure to succeed at grantseeking?

Keep life smooth with GrantStation, your one-stop resource for researching U.S. and Canadian charitable and government grantmakers as well as international funding opportunities.

For as little as 26 cents a day you can guide your organization to increased financial support with GrantStation.

The GrantStation database profiles grantmakers who accept proposals, and each is carefully vetted to provide you with a "hot" list of potential funders. Plus, we offer tutorials, examples of winning grant proposals, and the GS Dashboard to keep you organized.

For a limited time only $139 for one year or $189 for two years of full annual Membership!

It’s State of Grantseeking Time

What’s Your World Like?

Why take part?

The State of Grantseeking Survey spotlights recent developments in funding so that organizations can be more strategic in their grantseeking.

The resulting – free – State of Grantseeking reports, published in May and June, serve as valuable analytics tools for organizations to review their grantseeking efforts, report on performance, and plan for the future. The benchmarks suggest reasonable levels of funding to expect for an organization based on median awards by organizational budget and mission. This leading-edge information is key data for all organizations.

Please join thousands of others who find value in the State of Grantseeking reports. Complete this survey by March 31, 2020, to offer your insights for the latest report.

Webinar Spotlight

How to Build Relationships With New Donors (NEW)

Relationships are the life-blood of the charitable sector. It doesn’t really matter what segment of the market you work in (individuals, foundations, corporate giving, or even online fundraising). This webinar will show you how to develop your “prospect pipeline,” bring new donors to the table, and enable repeat giving.

Webinar Presenter Spotlight

Jason RodhamJason Rodham is a fundraising consultant who has worked with more than 100 charities, nonprofits, and social ventures across the United States and Canada. As both a consultant and in-house major gifts officer, he has raised more than $27 million in new funding from foundations, corporations, individuals, and government.

Jason has worked with organizations from every sector of the nonprofit marketplace, including major hospitals, national/local arts organizations, world-class conservation organizations, community-based social services agencies, and more.

On March 11, Jason will be presenting
a new OLE webinar:

How to Build Relationships
With New Donors

Jen PendletonJen Pendleton is a self-described board governance “nerd” who believes sound leadership and strong organizational culture are keys to nonprofit success. At Aly Sterling Philanthropy, Jen anchors the Indianapolis office and has expanded the firm’s relationships with nonprofit leaders and community foundations around the state. Before coming to ASP, Jen served as president and CEO of the Community Foundation of Boone County (Indiana), where she led a campaign to raise $1 million in matching funds from the Lilly Endowment for the county’s Community Impact Fund.

On March 18, Jen will be presenting
a new OLE webinar:

The Integrated Fundraising Model: Creating a Sustainable Fundraising Program

Partner Spotlight

New York Library Association

The New York Library Association (NYLA) leads, educates, and advocates for the advancement of the New York library community. NYLA is affiliated with the American Library Association as the New York Chapter of that national body. Members of the state association include librarians of public, system, school, college and university, and many special libraries as well as library trustees and friends of libraries. From a membership of 43 in 1890, NYLA has grown to a vital organization of several thousand members, representing not only the libraries of New York State but also including many members, state and institutional, from all over the United States. NYLA was the first statewide organization of librarians in the United States.

New York Library Association is a GrantStation Membership Value Program Partner. Learn more about MVP.

Pathfinder

We did the research for you! Browse our library of quality resources, including profiles of books and articles, courses and degree programs, and workshops and tools, all designed to help you develop your career path as a grants professional.


Fraser Institute

If you are looking to keep up with the latest trends in individual giving, the report entitled Generosity in Canada and the United States: The 2019 Generosity Index may provide some insights. Published by the Fraser Institute, this report measures private monetary generosity using data from personal income tax returns in Canada and the United States.

National Funding Alert

February 27, 2020
The Rise Prize
The Rise Prize, an initiative of Imaginable Futures and Lumina Foundation, is designed to increase the number of innovative solutions driving postsecondary success for student parents. The Prize will make ten awards to nonprofit organizations, for-profit companies, and/or higher education institutions with solutions addressing economic mobility and well-being for student parents. Learn more about the Prize guidelines and application process.
This is a sample of the thousands of searchable grantmaker profiles available to Members!

Local Funding Alert

February 27, 2020
Nettie Lokey Wiley and Charles L. Wiley Foundation
The Nettie Lokey Wiley and Charles L. Wiley Foundation supports nonprofit organizations and educational institutions, including schools, libraries, and museums, in Lancaster County, VA. The focus is on programs that educate and benefit young children and promote their health and well-being. Learn more about the funding guidelines and application process.
This is a sample of the thousands of searchable grantmaker profiles available to Members!

Canadian Funding Alert

February 20, 2020
PlanH
PlanH, implemented by BC Healthy Communities Society, facilitates local government learning, partnership development, and planning for healthier communities where British Columbians live, learn, work, and play. In 2020, PlanH will provide support through Social Connectedness Grants and Healthy Community Engagement Grants. Learn more about the funding guidelines and application process.
This is a sample of the thousands of searchable grantmaker profiles available to Members!

International Funding Alert

February 27, 2020
Gulbenkian Prize for Humanity
The Gulbenkian Prize for Humanity, an initiative of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, aims to recognize people, groups of people, or organizations from all over the world whose contributions to mitigation and adaptation to climate change stand out for their novelty, innovation, and impact. Learn more about the Prize guidelines and nomination process.
This is a sample of the thousands of searchable grantmaker profiles available to Members!