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Volume XVI | Issue 24 | June 15, 2017



Save the Date: Thursday, June 22nd -
Summer Sale and Primer Launch

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Next week, starting 6/22, you can get an annual GrantStation Membership for only $149, and Bold is Gold: A Funding Research Primer as a gift for joining.

Want to learn more about grant research in today’s challenging atmosphere? Be sure to register for Bold is Gold: Conducting Funding Research, a free ½ hour webinar based on the primer on Wednesday, July 12th.

 

Funding Opportunities

 

National Opportunity (see 3 more)

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Support for International Theatre Collaborations
The Global Connections program, administered by Theatre Communications Group (TCG), is dedicated to building bridges between U.S. theatre professionals and their counterparts abroad, identifying theatre professionals who will further the growth of the field, and creating opportunities for the U.S. theatre field to engage in international... Read More



Regional Opportunity (see 3 more)

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Funds for Livable Wage Programs for Colorado Women

The mission of the Women's Foundation of Colorado is to catalyze community to advance and accelerate economic opportunities for Colorado women and their families. The Foundation’s approach centers on helping low-income women earn livable wages, the gateway to greater access and opportunity that can break the inter-generational cycle... Read More



Federal Opportunity (see 1 more)

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Support Available to Help Low-Income Homeowners
The Rural Housing Preservation Grant program provides support to assist low-income homeowners in repairing and rehabilitating their homes in rural areas. The deadline for pre-applications is July 17, 2017... Read More



For 16 More International and Canadian Funding Opportunities:
See This Month's International Insider

 

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The Anatomy of a Business Plan for Social Enterprise: It's not brain surgery!

Jean BlockIf your nonprofit's traditional funding sources are not as reliable as in the past, it might be time to invest in social enterprise to protect your vital programs and services.

In this fast-paced webinar, Jean Block, a nonprofit trainer who has guided nearly 100 nonprofits from idea to business plan, will explain what social enterprise is - and isn't - and explore the critical steps required to develop a business plan for social enterprise.

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GrantStation Announcements


The Spring 2017 State of Grantseeking Report

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Whether you manage a nonprofit organization, an educational institution, or a government agency, there is one truth that is self-evident: there is never enough money to do the good work you feel you need to do. So, we all ask ourselves these questions:

  • Who will fund my organization?
  • What is a reasonable level of funding to expect for my organization?
  • Does my budget, location, or mission affect my organization's ability to be awarded grants?

The free State of Grantseeking™ Report can serve as a valuable benchmark for organizations to review their grantseeking efforts, and will provide leading-edge information months earlier than other annual surveys.

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TrendTrackNow Is the Time to Plan, Not Panic

by Kevin Peters, GrantStation Research Specialist

Since we last checked in on how the current administration will affect federal grant funding, we have a slightly better idea of the White House's budget ideas, as the President's budget request was released in May.

The budget proposes numerous cuts to programs across a variety of departments, including quite a few programs that would be cut entirely, such as the Commerce Department's Economic Development Administration and Minority Business Development Agency, the Education Department's 21st Century Community Learning Centers and Comprehensive Literacy Development Grants, the Department of Health and Human Services' Community Services Block Grant, and other independent agencies including the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the Institute of Museum and Library Services, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the National Endowment for the Humanities. (In total, the budget proposes eliminating 66 programs.)

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