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These are turbulent times for many a nonprofit executive. Government funding is shrinking, with a proportionate rise in blood pressure and anxiety for many.
Whenever people in philanthropy talk about things that need fixing, the question of power often enters the conversation: Foundations have a lot, grantees not so much.
Whether your nonprofit is located in a big city, a small town, or somewhere in between influences your grantseeking needs.
No matter your political leanings, it's pretty obvious that federal grant funding will decrease under President Trump.
It’s no secret that many nonprofits can no longer rely on their traditional funding sources. Governmental agencies are curtailing grants and redirecting resources.
During the course of most people’s college careers, I would assume that the vast majority never dream of becoming a grantwriter or even have a vague idea that this...
Collaborative grantseeking - several organizations joining together to submit grant applications for joint activities or programs - is still one of the most discussed...
The surprise election of Donald Trump has prompted many nonprofits to quickly regroup--and try to raise money--to challenge an administration that is hostile to their...
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