Annual Scary Cheap Sale
GrantStation Membership for Only $139

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 2017?

These are significant issues that many nonprofit organizations struggle to overcome. At GrantStation, we provide the tools for you to find new grant sources, build a strong grantseeking program, and write winning grant proposals. Learn more about our resources on our Member Benefits page.

$139 for One Year or only $249 for Two Years
(More than $500 off the regular Membership price!)

To learn more, check out our tours, read our FAQ, or contact us at or 1-877-784-7268.

This offer is only good through
November 2nd at Midnight ET!

Bohse Webinar

Online Education
A must-see webinar with Pat Bohse

In-Kind Contributions Program:
A Must for All Nonprofits

$69, November 2, 2016

Did you know that 90% of the nonprofits that benefit from in-kind support do not document these contributions? And, that in-kind contributions can be used to match government and private funds, and to leverage additional funding?

This webinar, presented by Pat Bohse, will demonstrate how to secure, document, and leverage in-kind contributions. An in-kind donation is any non-cash contribution that can be given cash value: labor, products, or services for which the organization would normally have to pay. Ms. Bohse will cover determining what your organization should ask for in terms of donated products and services, as well as establishing the policies and procedures you need to make this program effective.

Anyone involved in fundraising for a nonprofit will benefit from this presentation.

Click here to register.

Partner Depot

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Need Statements That Lead to Successful Grant Requests

Complimentary 90-minute Educational Webinar:
The Golden Key to Successful Grant Requests
October 27th, 9am PT / 12pm ET
Register Today!

The need statement is arguably the most important part of the grant proposal. Learn the most effective methods for documenting the need and engaging the reader by joining this webinar!

GrantStation’s CEO, Cynthia Adams, will share information about how to call attention to the problem or need and create a sense of urgency so the grantmaker feels compelled to act now. This 90-minute webinar is fast-paced and full of new ideas, resources, and examples of need statements taken from winning, real-world grant proposals.

All levels of grantwriters are encouraged to attend. Participants will also get a quick overview of GrantHub, an intuitive grants management solution.

Learn More About the Partner Depot

Online Education

Online Education Spotlight

Online Workshop: Which Chart is Best for My Data?
Essential Charts for Nonprofits

Have you been overusing typical charts, such as bar charts and the line charts? If so, join us for an interactive workshop on the pros, cons, and tools for creating more than a dozen different styles of charts.

WebinarYou'll get exposed to new styles that will make your data shine, line dot plots, small multiples layouts, Sankey diagrams, network maps, and geographic maps, as well as options for visualizing your organization's qualitative data. We'll practice matching the right chart to sample datasets. You'll also participate in several hands-on activities in Excel, such as creating spark lines, data bars, and heat tables.

Materials for hands-on practice in Excel will be shared with registrants a few days before the workshop.

This workshop will be held on Thursday, November 3, 2016.

Register Today!

Funding Snapshots

Updated weekly, these funding opportunities provide a snapshot of what GrantStation can offer

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Diller Teen Tikkun Olam Awards
The Diller Teen Tikkun Olam Awards, based on the Jewish concept of "repairing the world," recognize Jewish teens who have demonstrated remarkable leadership and are actively engaged in projects that embody the value of tikkun olam. Click above to learn more about the funding guidelines and application process.

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impactAFRICA, an initiative of Code for Africa and the International Center for Journalists, supports data-driven storytelling in Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, and Zambia. The initiative is intended to spur newsroom experimentation and innovative storytelling, while also encouraging more evidence-based public discourse. Click above to learn more about the funding guidelines and application process.