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$199 GrantStation Membership
Add the Getting Started Webinar for $30
One Week Only | August 21-27, 2014

GrantStation provides user-friendly tools for grant research and writing,
grant portfolio analysis, newsletters, updates, and more.

Over 80% of nonprofit organizations report private foundations as a source of funding. Are you securing your share of private funding? If you want to build a successful grants program, join or renew with GrantStation starting August 21st!

To make the most of your Membership, add our webinar, Getting Started: Making Your Grant Requests Sparkle, for only $30 – an $89 value. Our President and CEO Cynthia Adams will be presenting this popular webinar full of "how to's" and "examples" for the novice grantwriter. This is a great way to start planning for your fall grant applications. The webinar offer will be available starting August 21st as well.

Need some help to make your case for investing in a GrantStation Membership before the end of your organization’s fiscal year? View a printable list of our Membership benefits.

Want to learn more about how to put GrantStation to work for you? Check out the video tours or register for a live tour.

Questions? Contact us at or 877-784-7268.

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AGWALearn More About the American Grant Writers' Association
American Grant Writers' Association (AGWA) is THE premier membership association for professional grant writers and grant managers in the U.S. Individual Members and Business Members receive our Quarterly Member e-Newsletter on Grant Industry News. We provide professional development with our online courses, workshops, webinars, and the AGWA Grant Conference. We have 20 Special Interest Groups and 50 State Groups which members may join to receive our Quarterly e-Newsletter. Members may earn the Certified Grant Writer® professional credential. Our next workshops and CGW exams will be in New Orleans in August, 2014, and Baltimore in October, 2015. Use discount code NOLA50 to receive a $50 discount off one registration for an online course, workshop, package, or series.

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Commit to GrantSeeking!

Take the Fall 2014 State of Grantseeking™ Survey

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You can help the grantseeking community stay on top of trends through the semi-annual State of Grantseeking™ report. The State of Grantseeking reports spotlight recent developments in funding so that organizations can be more strategic in their grantseeking. The free survey results, which will be published in late October, serve as benchmarks for organizations to compare their grantseeking efforts with those of other, comparable organizations. You can click here to see past reports.

Please take a few minutes to complete this survey
and offer your insights to the latest report!

Webinar Spotlight:
Trends in Grant Awards - Which Organizations Win Over $100,000 in Grant Awards

WebinarsWhy does it matter? Well, if we can understand and define the demographic and grantseeking strategy characteristics of organizations that receive $100,000 or more in annual awards, we can then compare these characteristics with those of our own organizations. In this webinar, Ellen Mowrer, GrantStation's Director of Business and Marketing, will discuss techniques and tweaks that can help organizations move into the ranks of those receiving $100, 000+ awards. Perhaps most importantly, this webinar will help identify where these changes are possible and how to make them happen.

For example, if your organization's mission is to serve a rural population, you can't just pick up and move to the city. However, you can adapt the insights gained in this webinar to become more successful in your grantseeking efforts. Join us for the free webinar, which is offered as a kick-off to the Fall 2014 State of Grantseeking™ Survey and Report. This webinar will be held on Tuesday, August 26, 2014.

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Funding Snapshots

Updated weekly, these funding opportunities provide a snapshot of what GrantStation can offer

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Open Society Foundations: Soros Justice Fellowship Program
The Soros Justice Fellowship Program supports individuals who will further its mission of reducing the nation's over-reliance on policies of punishment and incarceration, and restoring discretion and fairness to the U.S. criminal justice system. Click above to learn more about the funding guidelines and application process.

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St Andrews Prize for the Environment
The St Andrews Prize for the Environment, an international initiative of the University of St Andrews in Scotland and ConocoPhillips, recognizes significant contributions to environmental issues and concerns. Click above to learn more about the funding guidelines and application process.

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Department of Education: Charter Schools Program Grants for National Leadership Activities
This program supports efforts to improve the quality of charter schools by providing technical assistance and other types of support on issues of national significance and scope. Priorities include students with disabilities and English learners. Click above to learn more about the funding guidelines and application process.