Volume XVIII | Issue 39 | October 17, 2019


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Funding Opportunities

National Opportunities
Opportunities throughout the U.S.

Support for Shakespeare Performances to Engage Youth Nationwide
Shakespeare in American Communities, an initiative of the National Endowment for the Arts in cooperation with Arts Midwest, brings performances and educational activities to audiences across the country.

Native-Led Nutrition and Health Advocacy Efforts Funded
The Fertile Ground Advocacy Campaign, a new initiative of First Nations Development Institute, supports Native-led advocacy efforts to advance new policies and innovative policymaking approaches that will benefit Native American nutrition and health.

Grants Promote Companion Animal Welfare
The Doris Day Animal Foundation is a national charity, founded by legendary performer Doris Day in 1978, with a straightforward mission to help animals and the people who love them.

Programs Enhancing Education and Equality for Women and Girls Supported
The American Association of University Women (AAUW) works to advance educational and professional opportunities for women in the United States.


Regional Opportunities
Opportunities for Specific Areas

Funds for Anti-Litter Efforts in South Carolina
PalmettoPride, a nonprofit organization in partnership with state agencies, concerned citizens, corporate sponsors, and community and civic organizations, is committed to the eradication of litter and the promotion of beautification throughout South Carolina.

Grants Enhance Breast Cancer Outreach Programs in Minnesota
Susan G. Komen Minnesota is dedicated to bettering the lives of those facing breast cancer throughout the state.

Support for Colorado Conservation Programs
The Great Outdoors Colorado Trust Fund (GOCO) invests a portion of Colorado Lottery proceeds to help preserve and enhance the state’s parks, trails, wildlife, rivers, and open spaces.

Services for Women and Girls in Georgia Funded
The mission of the Georgia Association for Women Lawyers (GAWL) Foundation is to encourage philanthropy by women lawyers in Georgia for the benefit of the greater community.


Federal Opportunities
Opportunities from the U.S. Government

Support Available to Preserve Civil Rights History
The African American Civil Rights Grant Program supports projects to document, interpret, and preserve sites related to the African American struggle to gain equal rights as citizens in the 20th Century.

Program Engages AmeriCorps Members to Strengthen Communities
The AmeriCorps State and National Grants program supports organizations proposing to engage AmeriCorps members in interventions to strengthen communities.


International Funding
For more International and Canadian funding opportunities:
See this month's International Insider and Canadian Insider.


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Budget Week! A 3-Part Webinar Series With Elevate!

If you’ve ever had to create a budget for your grant proposal, and panicked—the team at Elevate knows how you feel.

You’d be hard-pressed to find a grant RFP that doesn’t ask you to submit a budget of some kind—be it an organizational budget, a grant budget, or a program budget. These documents can be overwhelming to create, especially when you aren’t sure which information to include or how much detail to provide.

Enter: Budget Week! In this 3-part series from October 29-31, we’ll answer all your questions about the different budget types you’re bound to encounter in your grantwriting career. Save your seat!


GrantStation Announcements

Funding Alerts

GrantStation shares database profiles of Local, National, Canadian, and International grantmakers with upcoming deadlines each week. Check out the current Funding Alerts for more grant opportunities!


Other Announcements

TrendTrack

Understanding Power and Privilege in 2020

by Keith Timko

These are times when in nearly every facet of life both publicly and privately we are asking fundamental questions around power, wealth, and privilege. These are times when donors and recipients alike are reading and considering the implications of books like Winners Take All: The Elite Charade of Changing the World by Anand Giridharadas and Decolonizing Wealth: Indigenous Wisdom to Heal Divides and Restore Balance by Edgar Villanueva. And these are times when seeking the support of wealthy donors and families is particularly complicated. Do we forego donations and grants from these sources given the inequities that made these fortunes possible (e.g. the exploitation of slave labor or anti-union practices)? Or do we seek these funds as a stepping stone to a more just and equitable world? And is there an open and honest middle ground where we openly question the power structures behind this wealth while still seeking the support of donors?
 


Online Education

FREE Tour of the GrantStation Website

Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Join Jeremy Smith, Communications and Technology Director, and Sara Kennedy, Director of Online Education, for a quick tour of the GrantStation website. This tour will cover all of the features in GrantStation.com, including navigation, search interfaces, and charitable database search criteria. This tour will provide tips on the most effective way to use all of the valuable resources the website offers, including the extensive funder databases that can help you identify the grantmakers most likely to fund your programs or projects. By using GrantStation’s databases and resource tools, you can begin to develop a successful grantseeking strategy for the next 12 to 18 months.
 


PathFinder

The Grants Manager’s Playbook: Are You Getting the Most out of Your Foundation’s Data?

Are you a grants manager looking to up your game? A report by Fluxx entitled The Grants Manager’s Playbook: Are You Getting the Most out of Your Foundation’s Data? offers valuable guidance. It explores how grants managers are currently using data, where grants managers often hit walls during data collection and analysis, and how grants managers can improve grantmaking processes and better evaluate proposals using data.
 


GrantStation 20th Anniversary

The Beginning—BigData

by Steve Schellong

I came to Alaska in 1993 seeking new experiences and adventures in the mountains and wilderness. It turns out that one of my greatest adventures was launching GrantStation. After spending the first few years working around the state in the commercial fishing and oil industries, I decided to pursue my interest in helping organizations leverage technology to be more successful. In 1997 I joined Cindy and team to help lead the statewide sales and marketing for BigData, the original online database of funders that she had built specifically for Alaska nonprofits.
 


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