Welcome to GrantStation

GrantStation Status Announcement

 

We believe that this is a time to listen to communities of color, rather than making our own statement. We continue to work toward a civil society and are committed to providing organizations throughout the world with reliable information about social justice funding, as well as other resources to assist the nonprofit sector during this challenging time.

-The GS Team
 

The GrantStation Membership Summer Sale

Your grants program shouldn’t feel like a horror story.

Your grants program shouldn’t feel like a horror story.

As the darkness of deadlines loomed, she slowly opened the dank and dusty packet of application, reporting, and publicity requirements for the next few grants. Phrases leapt out at her—by invitation only, sixteen references, fill out in triplicate—followed by the musty smell of dashed hopes.

Your grants program should be many things….a scary novel isn’t one of them. Getting funded can seem like feeling your way through the dark—but GrantStation is here to flick the lights on. We guide you through the grantseeking process with a curated database of vetted funders, in-depth proposal writing tutorials, and the new robust GS Dashboard.

And, the pricing isn’t scary either. Generally, we charge $699 a year for our annual Memberships. But, during the summertime, we take $530 off this price tag so that you can get a full annual Membership for $169….that’s just 46 cents a day.

Webinar Spotlight

LIVE Workshop: Sending Donor Thank You Letters Through QuickBooks     LIVE Workshop: Sending Donor Thank You Letters Through QuickBooks

Do you struggle to send IRS-required thank you letters out to your donors? Did you know that you can actually send IRS-compliant donor thank you letters directly out of QuickBooks by either print or email? You can even do it at the same time you are recording the donation, with just one click!

We are very excited to have Gregg Bossen, a CPA specializing in auditing nonprofits and president of QuickBooks Made Easy for Nonprofits, present this one of a kind and highly requested webinar.

Register for the DESKTOP Version on August 5.

Register for the ONLINE Version on August 6.

FREE Webinar Spotlight

Nonprofit Update on the PPP Flexibility Act and the HEROES Act (NEW)

As you know, this information can change on a daily basis (and has since our last free webinar on PPP).

Need to know the latest about nonprofit organizations and all things PPP loan-related? Join Gregg Bossen, CPA, as he presents the most up-to-date information for nonprofits concerning the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act, the HEROES Act, and PPP Tracking in QuickBooks.

Please join us on Tuesday, July 28, 2020 - 2 PM EDT for this free 90-minute webinar.

Webinar Presenter Spotlight

Welcome to our new webinar presenter, Ava Knox!

Ava Knox has a passion for the arts and a background in nonprofit development. She worked for eight years as a performer, teaching artist, and fundraiser with nonprofit organizations in both California and the DC area. Ava is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and Emerging Arts Leaders DC. Ava will present a new webinar on August 20: How to Fund Your Arts Education Programs.

Partner Spotlight

Grants Magic U

At GrantsMagic U, the U stands for YOU—and we’re serious about the magic!

As grantseekers, we make magic all the time—transforming good ideas into great grant-funded programs and services that in turn transform our communities and our world. GrantsMagic U is proud to serve grantseekers at every level, with exceptional training and resources to help you sharpen your skills, expand your perspective, grow your connections, deepen your understanding, and build your confidence as a magic-maker navigating the ever-changing grants landscape. Come visit GrantsMagic U—let’s make magic and grow our grants success—together!

FREE! Check out GrantsMagic U’s 10 “Magic Wand” questions that transform your good ideas into A+ grant proposals.

GrantsMagic U 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.


How to Successfully Onboard New Subscribers to Your Nonprofit E-Newsletter

Are you looking to bolster your organization’s email marketing? If so, you may want to attend Bloomerang’s free webinar, “How to Successfully Onboard New Subscribers to Your Nonprofit E-Newsletter.” Based on research of the 100 largest nonprofits in the U.S., it will present best practices for where the website signup form belongs, what fields this form should contain, the call to action, donation form opt-in for a newsletter, components of a good welcome email, and more. This webinar will be held on July 21, 2020.

National Funding Alert

July 9, 2020
Small Town America Civic Volunteer Award program
The Small Town America Civic Volunteer Award program, sponsored by CivicPlus, will honor 100 extraordinary public service volunteers in smaller localities under 5,000 throughout the U.S. The program is intended to shine a spotlight on the growing need for citizens to fill critical civic roles. Learn more about the Award guidelines and nomination process.
This is a sample of the thousands of searchable grantmaker profiles available to Members!

Local Funding Alert

July 9, 2020
Gulf Power Foundation
The Gulf Power Foundation supports nonprofit organizations that improve the quality of life in communities in northwest Florida served by Gulf Power Company, including Bay, Escambia, Holmes, Jackson, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, Walton, and Washington counties. 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

July 9, 2020
New Relationship Trust
The New Relationship Trust is dedicated to strengthening First Nations in British Columbia through capacity building. The Trust is currently accepting applications through a number of programs targeting key capacity building areas including governance capacity, education, language, youth and elders, and economic development. 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

July 9, 2020
All Children Reading: A Grand Challenge for Development
All Children Reading: A Grand Challenge for Development (ACR GCD) is a partnership of the United States Agency for International Development, World Vision, and the Australian Government that advances edtech innovation and research to improve reading outcomes for marginalized children in low-resource contexts. The current competition, the UnrestrICTed Challenge, seeks local and global solvers to scale ICT for education solutions that ensure children with disabilities benefit from language, literacy, and learning support grounded in Universal Design for Learning at home and at school. Learn more about the funding guidelines and application process.
This is a sample of the thousands of searchable grantmaker profiles available to Members!