The Spring 2015 State of Grantseeking™ Report

As a part of the grantseeking community, you know how important it is to stay on top of trends. The State of Grantseeking reports, produced twice a year, spotlight recent developments in funding so that organizations can be more strategic in their grantseeking. These free survey results reflect the grantseeking experiences of over 1,800 respondents.

The reports look at sources of grant funding in several ways: any funder, the largest source of total funding, and the funder of the largest individual award. In addition, the median value of the largest individual award, in total and by various subcategories, is provided as a benchmark figure throughout the report.

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State Of Grantseeking

See more Spring 2015 State of Grantseeking™ Reports by
organizational budget, mission focus, and funding source.

“We partner with GrantStation for the State of Grantseeking™ Reports because they provide a comprehensive overview of the grant landscape while at the same time offering detailed information tailored to the needs of specific types and sizes of organizations. Simply put, the information they provide is a valuable contribution to the development field.”
Jon Nelson - Associate Director
ALDE
www.alde.org

“Grants can be a key funding component in a capital campaign, so having an in-depth understanding of the state of grantseeking in your industry sector before beginning a campaign can be extremely beneficial.”
Samantha Hardwick
Communications Director
Convergent Nonprofit Solutions
www.ConvergentNonprofit.com

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Funding Snapshots

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

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Project Learning Tree: GreenWorks!
Project Learning Tree (PLT) is a national environmental education program for educators and their students in grades Pre-K-12. GreenWorks! is the service-learning component of PLT that provides grants to PLT trained educators for students to implement environmental improvement projects. Click above to learn more about the funding guidelines and application process.

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Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative: Seeds for the Future
 Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI) Seeds for the Future is a small grants competition for youth leaders in Southeast Asia. YSEALI Seeds for the Future is part of the U.S. State Department’s larger YSEALI program launched by President Obama to strengthen youth leadership, development, and networking in Southeast Asia. Click on the link above to learn more about the application guidelines.