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We understand the challenges being faced by nonprofits, educational organizations, and individuals across the globe. To help during this unprecedented time we have launched a COVID-19 Related Funding page. We will also include new grants targeting COVID-19 issues in the weekly GrantStation Insider newsletter. Plus, as a longstanding cloud company, we are fully resourced to serve our Members who may be focusing on grantseeking instead of event fundraising due to the growing needs in communities in the U.S. and abroad. As always, our staff is working diligently to provide you with high quality and accurate information about grantmakers across the globe.
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The free State of Grantseeking Report spotlights recent developments in funding so that organizations can be more strategic in their grantseeking.
The results 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.
Capacity building grants are unique. While many best practices in writing operational or program grant requests apply to developing capacity building grant requests, there are some critical differences that need to be addressed to create the strongest application possible.
During the 90-minute webinar, Alice Ruhnke will define and discuss the fundamentals of capacity building grant requests, highlight the key components that differ from "regular" grants, and outline ways to identify funders who provide capacity building grants.
The Association for Animal Welfare Advancement is a professional network that develops and promotes industry best practices, cultivates collaboration, and brings out the best in animal welfare leaders. The Association is the only international society of leaders actively leading and managing community animal shelters and animal control agencies. Our members collaborate to rescue, shelter, rehabilitate, and find good homes for animals.
The Association is a founder of and leader in The North American Coalition for COVID-19 Response with nearly 40 veterinary and animal welfare leaders from Canada, Australia, and the United States. See our Shelter Toolkit for COVID-19 response.
The Association for Animal Welfare Advancement is a GrantStation Membership Value Program Partner. Learn more about MVP.
The COVID-19 pandemic has in a short span of time sent our world into flux. Nobody knows what its final shape will be, but with social contact limited, events have been cancelled, spending patterns have changed, and people’s personal priorities have radically shifted. No sector of society is immune, certainly not the nonprofit sector. Charitable organizations have lost fundraiser revenue, seen volunteer networks disrupted, and been forced to cut back or shutter programs. Most of the organizations still operating have dispersed their paid staff to work from home.
GPA’s Annual Conference brings over 900 grant professionals together for an event full of learning and networking opportunities. Grant professionals gather to exchange strategies, solutions, resources, and more. With almost three days of learning, growing, and finding inspiration, attendees are equipped with a year’s worth of support for their daily responsibilities as grant professionals.
The Grant Professionals Association invites you to join us in November at the highlight of the year for the grant industry!
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Are you looking to gain some professional inspiration while social distancing? If so, you are in luck, as this year’s Points of Light Conference has transitioned to an online format. Held from June 10 to 12, 2020, this conference brings together nonprofit, government, business, and civic leaders to collaborate and share the knowledge and resources needed to galvanize the power of people to create change. The new online format opens the opportunity for global access to knowledge and best practice sharing relevant both prior to and through recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.