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At GrantStation, we provide the tools for you to find new grant sources, build a strong grantseeking program, and write winning grant proposals.
- Do you struggle to identify new funding sources?
- Does the lack of time limit your ability to submit grant requests?
- Do you have a grants strategy for 2018?
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The Spring 2018 State of Grantseeking Survey
Why take part?
The resulting – free – State of Grantseeking™ Reports can help you determine a reasonable level of funding to expect for your organization based on median awards by organizational budget, location, and mission (benchmarks you can really use). And, they can give you a leg up on the competition through awareness of trends, months or even years before other reports reflect the data.
Please join thousands of others who find value in the State of Grantseeking™ Reports by completing this survey and offering your insights for the upcoming report. The survey ends March 31, 2018.
The State of Grantseeking(™) is Underwritten By:
Bold is Gold: A Funding Research Primer
“This book is all about being bold in your approach to securing the support you need for your programs and projects. With 40+ years of experience in grantseeking, I have come to believe that identifying the right grantmaker is a combination of art and science, and I would like to share those hard-won insights with you.”
Cynthia M. Adams
Founder and CEO
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Tracks to Success
Tracks to Success is a GrantStation feature article that focuses on a particular grantmaker or philanthropic trend in order to keep you apprised of the latest “top of topic” subjects within the world of grantseeking, management, and philanthropy.
Annie E. Casey Foundation Highlights Progress in the Fight Against Poverty, While Eyeing Storm Clouds
The Annie E. Casey Foundation has been working to promote the well-being of America’s children for more than 60 years. So the Foundation was among the funders that came to mind when GrantStation decided to explore issues related to poverty following our most recent State of Grantseeking survey.
With many of you reporting that a significant number of your clients were at or below poverty level, we wondered: Is there a glimmer of hope for moving families out of that category?
If you are new to grantwriting, this webinar is for you! During this 90-minute webinar, Alice Ruhnke, founder and owner of The Grant Advantage, will teach you how to use a Program Planning Framework to plan your grant applications so they tell a strong, consistent story. As we go through the Framework, each section of a typical grant application will be highlighted with information on what funders are looking for and tips on how to write that section.
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.
“The early bird catches the worm.” It’s only February, which makes this a perfect time to plan out your 2018 conference agenda. The Grant Professionals Association (GPA) Annual Conference, which sold out last year due to popular demand, should definitely be part of those plans. This educational and professional growth event is designed for those committed to excellence in the practice of grantsmanship, including grantwriters, grant managers, nonprofit administrators, consultants, and more. The 2018 conference will be held in Chicago, IL, from November 7th to November 10th. Sign up now through the end of July to take advantage of the early-bird registration rate.
National Funding Alert
The AccessLex Institute seeks to address some of the most critical issues facing legal education today. AccessLex's Legal Education Diversity Pipeline Grant Program provides grants to programs that provide college students and college graduates from historically underrepresented groups with information to aid their successful matriculation into law school and the legal profession. Learn more about the funding guidelines and application process.
Canadian Funding Alert
The Campbell Webster Foundation makes grants annually to registered Canadian charities in support of social justice and economic equity projects in Latin America and Atlantic Canada. Learn more about the funding guidelines and application process.