Directories and Publications

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Our grant publications are designed to provide tips and advice to both the beginning and advanced grantseekers. We also provide information on new and out-of-the box funding sources from both public and private sources.
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Funding Tips to Shake the Money TreeFunding Tips to Shake the Money Tree
$25.00

This guide is written for the private funding world, which is vastly different from public grant making, which has long lists of restrictions and mandatory priorities that are at time inscrutable. The private world can be more accessible, but has a few more hidden pitfalls that a successful grant seeker must navigate. We will tell you:

  • How to get started.
  • Mistakes to avoid.
  • Five important components of the application.
  • Ways to steer clear of off-target funding requests.
  • How to develop your approach strategy.
  • Methods to stay away from a ‘Values Clash’ with funders.

This Grant Advisors guide is not an all-purpose vaccination against a funding cliff. But we can answer the “where do I start” questions, help you remember your fundraising basics and get you off on the right track.

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highereddirSmallThe Grants Seekers Directory to Higher Education Funding
$99.00


The Grants Seekers Directory to Higher Education Funding includes more than 100 pages of federal and private funding opportunities and advice which will help you accomplish what one veteran grantwriter calls her role as a “Dream Maker.”

But times are tough for the Dream Makers. Federal funding for many programs is drying up or has disappeared completely. And, there is a constant turnover of giving in the private philanthropic sector, with many family and independent foundations changing their focus or just shutting down operations. Remember, there are roughly 70,000 grant-making organizations that dispense about $450 billion in grants.

And this directory is a good starting point for the clever grant writer or administrator who doesn’t want to spend long weekend nights hunting through lists of Internet URLs for just the right funding opportunity.

The Grants Seekers Directory to Higher Education Funding is broken into two parts—Higher Ed Federal Funding and Higher Ed Private Funding. Both sections provide a wide collection of active federal and private funders. The objective of this report is to help you identify the funders, both public and private, most likely to support your organization.

Keep in mind that you don’t have to be Detective Columbo to find a grant or Shakespeare to write a successful proposal. But you do need to get started, and The Grants Seekers Directory to Higher Education Funding will provide you with a first step in your hunt for grant funding.

Order Now and Get a Head Start on your Next Grant Funding!
Who should read: Grant writers, administrators, non-profit organizations, family and community foundation, and grant-seekers.

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k12coverSmallThe Grants Seekers Directory to K-12 Funding
$99

They say that times are tough for the grant seeker in this country. Not if you are well-informed and have the winning strategies to come up with a successful proposal. The key lies in making a good start. And a good start is half the battle.

The Grants Seekers Directory to K-12 Funding gives you a head start on grant funding so that you are ahead of the game. This directory will save you untold hours of toil and grief that usually goes in preparation for grant writing. The federal and private funding opportunities listed here cover a wide range and the directory is a good starting point for the clever grant writer or administrator who doesn’t want to spend long weekend nights hunting through lists of Internet URLs for just the right funding opportunity.

What’s under the hood?

  • Federal Funding Opportunities across several categories
  • Private K-12 Education Grants across several categories
  • Funding Tips and Strategies from the Experts
  • And so much more!

Remember, funders use grants to promote their own priorities by supporting the activities of nonprofit organizations. And you don’ need to be a great detective from CSI or a Shakespeare to write a successful proposal. But you do need to get started, and The Grants Seekers Directory to K-12 Funding will not only provide you with a first step in your hunt for grant funding, but arm you with the information, tips and strategies to help you strike gold even when things looks bleak to the casual observer.

Order Now and Get a Head Start on your Next Grant Funding!

Who should read: Grant writers, administrators, non-profit organizations, family and community foundation, and grant-seekers.


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EdFundingComboEducation Funding Combo
$149

Now get The Grant Seekers Directory to K-12 Funding and The Grants Seekers Directory to Higher Education Funding together for just $149!

1: The Grants Seekers Directory to Higher Education Funding includes more than 100 pages of federal and private funding opportunities and advice which will help you accomplish what one veteran grantwriter calls her role as a “Dream Maker.”

2: The Grants Seekers Directory to K-12 Funding gives you a head start on grant funding so that you are ahead of the game. This directory will save you untold hours of toil and grief that usually goes in preparation for grant writing. The federal and private funding opportunities listed here cover a wide range and the directory is a good starting point for the clever grant writer or administrator who doesn’t want to spend long weekend nights hunting through lists of Internet URLs for just the right funding opportunity.

2 Responses to Directories and Publications

  1. Helena says:

    How can I purchase a subscription to your online notices of grants?
    Helena
    grantwritingbyhelena@msn.com

    • Mike Davis Mike Davis says:

      No purchase required! Just look in the menu on the right for a choice of update methods. Signup to our email list and receive weekly Monday updates or twice weekly updates on Tuesday and Friday. If you use social media you can receive updates via twitter, or our Facebook, Google+ or Linkedin pages. From time to time, you will receive announcements of our webinars or publications. You will NOT receive ads from any other companies or organizations thru us.

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