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Summer Membership Sale
Now - August 16

Now is the time for your organization to bloom by getting your share of grant awards! To help you cultivate your grants strategy we are lowering the price of an annual GrantStation Membership:

$149 for one year
$279 for two years

At GrantStation, we help you to find new funder opportunities, build strong grant programs, write powerful proposals, and win awards to fund your mission. And, to welcome you to the GrantStation community, you’ll receive Cynthia M. Adams’ new publication, Bold is Gold: A Funding Research Primer.

Take advantage of this special offer today and save $550!

Learn more by checking out our Member Benefits and watching video demos on our Tour page.

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Free Webinar

 FREE: The Zen of Grantseeking: Establishing a Solid Grants Program (NEW)

FREE: The Zen of Grantseeking: Establishing a Solid Grants Program (NEW)

This short webinar (30 minutes) will focus on the importance of embracing grantseeking as an integral part of the overall financial approach for your organization. As we all know, learning to think beyond today, tomorrow, and next week is a tough assignment. This fast-paced training, led by GrantStation's Founder and CEO, Cynthia Adams, will help clarify your thinking as you consider establishing a solid grants program for 2017 and into 2018. Benjamin Franklin said, "The man who does things makes mistakes, but he never makes the biggest mistake of all - doing nothing." Join us for a webinar that will help you change the dynamics of grantseeking within your organization.

This webinar will be held on Tuesday, August 15, 2017 at 2 pm EDT.

Member Spotlight

Do you love your GrantStation Membership?

Do you love your GrantStation Membership?

Have you won awards, learned from the online tutorials, or saved time in your grant research and management strategies? Send us a love letter - we’re eager to hear about it!

Each week we feature an organization, like yours, that loves GrantStation!


Animals as Natural Therapy

 

“We love GrantStation! The search platform allows us to target so many different combinations of support areas, and we've discovered funding opportunities we hadn't even thought to explore! As a small nonprofit, having unlimited access to the most current grants and opportunities is invaluable, and we save time and money by using the grant matrix to vet possible funders. Because the platform is so simple to use, our grant committee can easily work together to find, vet, and complete grants in a quick, streamlined fashion, allowing our staff to focus on what's most important--serving our community.”

Jessie Pemble
Office Manager
Animals as Natural Therapy

The Spring 2017 State of Grantseeking Report

The Spring 2017 State of Grantseeking Report

Comparison by Mission Focus

The organizational experience determined by mission focus is a key factor influencing grantseeking activities. For example, the rate of winning an award varies by mission focus. Animal-Related organizations reported the lowest rate (69%), while Educational Institutions reported the highest rate of winning at least one grant award (91%).

The free State of Grantseeking™ Report can serve as a valuable benchmark for organizations to review their grantseeking efforts, and will provide leading-edge information months earlier than other annual surveys.

Download your free report for benchmarks based on your mission focus

Partner Spotlight

The Junior League

Ever-evolving Needs. Empowered to Lead. Founded in 1901 by New Yorker and social activism pioneer Mary Harriman, The Junior League is an organization of transformational female leaders who set bold goals, open their circles, disrupt convention, and change the conversation for the betterment of civil society. We hope you’ll join us.

The Junior League is a GrantStation Premium Licensing Program Partner. Click here to learn more about PLP.

Webinar Spotlight

Logic Models: More Than Just Extra Work!
August 24, 2017, 2 pm EDT

Logic models are not a passing fad. If you need to create a logic model for your program, but don't know where to start, this webinar is for you! Using the Measuring Program Outcomes: A Practical Approach from the United Way of America, Alice Ruhnke will demonstrate why logic models are critical for program planning and evaluation. During this webinar, you will learn how to create and use a logic model to help you improve services and your impact on your community. Executive directors, program managers, and grantwriters from a broad range of human service organizations will benefit from this 90-minute presentation.

Click here to learn more and to register for Logic Models: More Than Just Extra Work!

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.

Chasm: What Are Funders Doing to Close Big New Gaps in Aid for Family Planning?

Proposed U.S. federal budget cuts have left many in the nonprofit world reeling, particularly those working in the field of women’s reproductive health. Inside Philanthropy’s article “Chasm: What Are Funders Doing to Close Big New Gaps in Aid for Family Planning?” discusses how private foundations, including the Gates Foundation and others, are attempting to bridge the funding gap.

National Funding Alert

July 27, 2017
The Roddenberry Foundation: The Roddenberry Fellowship
The Roddenberry Fellowship, an initiative of the Roddenberry Foundation, is a 12-month program for activists from across the country who are working to protect the most vulnerable and to make the U.S. a more inclusive and equitable place to live. Click above to learn more about the Fellowship guidelines and application process.
This is a sample of the thousands of searchable grantmaker profiles available to Members!

International Funding Alert

July 27, 2017
Alter-Ciné Foundation
The Alter-Ciné Foundation offers a yearly grant to young film and video makers from Africa, Asia, and Latin America to direct a documentary film on the theme of rights and freedoms, including social and economic rights, women’s rights, and the right to culture and artistic creation. Click above to learn more about the funding guidelines and application process.
This is a sample of the thousands of searchable grantmaker profiles available to Members!