In the past couple of weeks I’ve discussed grants with several non profit leaders.  One person said that their most challenging issue was simply finding appropriate grants to apply for.  There are several databases available that will let you search by a variety of criteria such as subject or location.  These databases then produce a list of grants that most match your requirements. Other services simply post new grants as they become available.

Finding appropriate grant opportunities is only the starting place.  Then you have prepare a compelling proposal, submit the necessary documents, all while following the funder’s requirements.  This can definitely be a challenge.

All of these resources can be found on the newly updated grant resources page.

Posted on 08 February 2008

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