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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.
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Why take part?
The State of Grantseeking Survey spotlights recent developments in funding so that organizations can be more strategic in their grantseeking. This year we have a special section specific to the pandemic and its effect on your world.
The resulting—free—State of Grantseeking reports, published in May and June, serve as valuable analytic 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, 2021, to offer your insights for the upcoming report.
Community nonprofits often struggle to compete with larger organizations for public dollars. This webinar, presented by Mindy Muller, is an opportunity to arm nonprofits with the information needed to make an informed decision about whether or not to pursue these funding options.
Register here to join us on Thursday, March 25, 2021, at 2 PM EST.
by Diana Holder
Thomas Edison was famously quoted as saying, “Genius is one percent inspiration and 99 percent perspiration.” If you’ve managed to carry your nonprofit through the flames of 2020, congratulations, you’ve got the perspiration part of the genius equation covered. Perhaps you now find yourself seeking that one percent of inspiration to rekindle your own inner fire. But between managing your kids’ Zoom education, cooking endlessly, and serving your constituents, there never seems to be enough time. Fret not. You can gain valuable insights by checking out these eight podcasts for nonprofit professionals, any of which can become part of your new daily routine. Best of all, the audio format will give your weary eyes a break from all that doomscrolling you’ve been doing.
With millions of children, adults, and families across the nation experiencing barriers to achieving their full potential, the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities works with thousands of committed social sector leaders to help their organizations more positively impact their communities. During this time of immense change in our field, the imperative for our network to be strong, excellent, distinct, and influential has never been greater.
Rooted in the historic cause of advancing equity for all people, the Alliance today is a national strategic action network driven by members aligned through shared ownership and a common vision to achieve a healthy and equitable society.
Alliance for Strong Families and Communities is a GrantStation Membership Value Program Partner. Learn more about MVP.
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Are you looking to contribute your skills as a grantseeker toward the greater good? If so, you may want to check out You Have a Hammer: Building Grant Proposals for Social Change, by Barbara Floersch. This book urges readers to build proposals from a perspective of activism, transforming their work from the mundane pursuit of dollars to the life-altering pursuit of lasting change.