A grant gives you more than money: it makes your organization look prestigious and reliable. But looking for a grant can be time consuming. We did the hard work for you –here are 7 useful online resources you can use to find grants online:
Here you will find information on the important criteria grant making is guided by, which organizations are considered eligible, important dates, and links to more information. Don’t forget to follow them on social media to get updates on grants.
Grant Watch offers a handy search engine to help you find a suitable grant based on the type of funding source you’re interested in, your geographic region, and the type of work you do.
This is a website every nonprofit should visit. Apart from information on grants, the government provides details about loans, taxes, and more.
This webpage focuses on grants for nonprofits practically divided in categories by subject.
Available grants are sorted in chronological order, to make sure you never miss the application deadline.
This webpage allows you to search for federal grants by keywords or other specific criteria. Here you can find all discretionary grants offered by the 26 federal grant making agencies in one place.
The Triangle Community Foundation has awarded millions of dollars in grants in the past 3 decades. Check out their online grant portal used by more than 300 foundations.
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