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Sequestration: We Said It Wouldn't Hurt That Much -- And We Were Right
Just one in 10 Americans say they or members of their families have felt a major impact from sequestration, according to the latest survey findings from Economist/YouGov.com. In fact, just slightly more than a third of all those surveyed said they felt any impact at all.
posted 4/19/13 09:17 AM read complete story
Our New Online Foundation Grantwriting Class
Even though our new online class, "Fundamentals of Foundation Grantwriting," starts this week, there is still plenty of time to register without falling behind, since classes are taught in multi-week modules. This unique 18-week program -- divided into eight sections -- is ideal for any new or would-be grantwriter wanting to learn the keys to writing successful
posted 9/28/12 10:36 AM read complete story
Substance Abuse Funding Guidance
Regardless of the outcome of November's elections and federal budget uncertainty, there will still be private and federal grant opportunities available in the months ahead for organizations focusing on substance abuse treatment, prevention, and education, including public housing authorities
posted 9/21/12 3:38 PM read complete story
Last Chance to Register for 'Foundation Grantwriting Fundamentals'
This unique 18-week program is divided into eight sections and is ideal for new or would-be grantwriters working in a nonprofit setting.
posted 9/14/12 12:31 PM read complete story
Getting the Jump on Substance Abuse Funding in 2013
Regardless of how the upcoming Presidential and Congressional elections turn out, nonprofits focusing on social welfare programs face significant new challenges in 2013. This is especially true when it comes to programs addressing substance abuse.
posted 9/7/12 11:30 AM read complete story
Experts Outline Affordable Housing Funding Opportunities
With serious cuts looming in the federal budget, grantseekers are feeling boxed in by growing needs for affordable housing and dwindling opportunities for federal dollars to finance such efforts. CD Publications experts Ray Sweeney and Frank Klimko open new and obscure doors to grant funding for affordable housing initiatives during an Aug. 23
posted 8/24/12 09:42 AM read complete story
Audio Conference: Opening the Door to Affordable Housing Funding
Even with a U.S. housing market and national economy still struggling to rebound, there are still many public and private funding opportunities for those seeking to improve or increase affordable housing opportunities in their communities.
posted 8/3/12 11:18 AM read complete story
(AUDIO CONFERENCE) Partnerships, Support are Keys to Winning Grants
Despite these times of tight budgets, grantseekers can still win competitive grants if they partner-up and form relationships with local, state and federal officials. Such partnerships can greatly help in attracting the funding
posted 8/26/11 09:04 AM read complete story
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