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Volume XVI | Issue 26 | June 29, 2017


Summer Membership Sale

SunflowerNow is the time to bloom by getting your share of grant awards! To help you cultivate your grants strategy we are lowering the price of an annual GrantStation Membership:

$149 for one year | $279 for two years

At GrantStation, we help you to find new funder opportunities, build strong grant programs, write powerful proposals, and win awards to fund your mission.

And, to welcome you to the GrantStation community, you'll receive Cynthia M. Adams’ newest publication:

Bold is Gold: A Funding Research Primer.

Take advantage of this special offer today and save $550!

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Funding Opportunities

 

National Opportunity (see 3 more)

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Support for Healthy Housing Policy Development
The Kresge Foundation works to reduce health disparities among children and adults by addressing conditions that lead to poor health outcomes. The Foundation’s Developing Healthy Places program supports place-based, community-driven efforts to promote health and remove barriers to opportunity for people in low-income neighborhoods... Read More

 


Regional Opportunity (see 3 more)

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Funds for Internet Education Initiatives in Company Communities

The Spectrum Digital Education Grant Program supports nonprofit organizations that educate community members on the benefits of broadband and how to use the Internet to make their lives better. Applying organizations must serve communities located in a Spectrum market. Priority is given to programs that serve families or seniors and partner... Read More

 


Federal Opportunity (see 1 more)

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Historic Preservation Funds Available
The Historic Preservation Fund Grants to Underrepresented Communities program supports the survey, inventory, and designation of historic properties that are associated with communities currently underrepresented in the National Register of Historic Places and among National Historic Landmarks. The application deadline is July 31, 2017... Read More

 


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

 

Partner Depot

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Reach Your Target Audience – Increase Attendance, Sales, and Membership!

Partner DepotPartner Depot provides the opportunity for organizations and businesses to connect by introducing products or services, announcing events, and more.

Advertising in GrantStation's weekly newsletters, sent to a list of over 100,000 subscribers, and on GrantStation's website, with over 2,100,000 page views annually, will ensure that your message reaches interested readers.

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What is Partner Depot?

 


The Anatomy of a Business Plan for Social Enterprise

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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TrendTrackDonor-Advised Funds 101: Mastering the Basics

by Bill Tedesco, Founder, CEO, and Managing Partner of DonorSearch

What is a donor-advised fund?

As defined by the IRS, a donor-advised fund, also known as a DAF, is a “separately identified fund or account that is maintained and operated by a section 501(c)(3) organization, which is called a sponsoring organization. Each account is composed of contributions made by individual donors. Once the donor makes the contribution, the organization has legal control over it. However, the donor, or the donor's representative, retains advisory privileges with respect to the distribution of funds and the investment of assets in the account.”

In other words, a DAF is a charitable giving vehicle that allows individuals to make a donation and get an immediate tax benefit, then recommend grants over time to any IRS-qualified public charity.

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