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BEST WAYS TO FIND GRANTS FOR A NON PROFIT - http://www.daryabushmakin.com/

BEST WAYS TO FIND GRANTS FOR A NON PROFIT - http://www.daryabushmakin.com/


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  • 1. DARYA A. BUSHMAKIN, MBA Facebook / Twitter / LinkedIn / Pinterest / Instagram / Video Resume / Website / Slideshare (603) 689 – 4513 / dbushmakin@gmail.com BEST WAYS TO FIND GRANTS FOR A NON PROFITLocal libraryThe Foundation Center Database at your local libraryhttp://foundationcenter.org/collections/"Big On line". http://www.bigdatabase.com o Key word search function that is really very good. The detail on the funding organizations is very good including a list of grants they have made and how much they have given.NOZA Search https://www.nozasearch.com/Google Grants o Nonprofits can apply for whats called a Google Grant, and Google will give you up to $10,000 in FREE advertising per month if youre accepted - and very many nonprofits ARE accepted. o http://www.google.com/grants/Federal and Local Government o http://grants.gov/ o Search for state and local government grants that apply to your area and causeLook at companies or agencies similar to yours, to see where their funding comes from.Looking at their annual reports and websites will help with this.Links: o http://www.bigdatabase.com o http://foundationcenter.org/collections/ o https://www.nozasearch.com/ o http://wildwomanfundraising.com o http://grants.gov/ o http://www.charlottemartin.org/