As pointed out in our previous two-part blog, “Trends and Projections for U.S. Federal Government Grant Funding,” the availability of federal grant money is waning. Organizations that have once relied heavily on federal grant funding for their programs will likely need to look for other funding opportunities. Those opportunities could be from the hundreds of grant-giving corporations across the country. Corporations such as Bank of America and Walmart do more than provide banking services and discount products. These corporations, and hundreds of others like them, work to make a difference in their communities by providing grants to non-profit organizations in a variety of subject areas. Below we will detail a few of the grant-making corporations as well as their funding areas and any specific grant opportunities. There are countless other corporations looking for exceptional programs to fund so why not let us help you find several good matches for you? Contact a grant helper today to get your grant search started.
Lately, we’ve spent several blogs focusing on funding opportunities for a variety of educational disciplines, since educational budget cuts are making daily headlines in the local and national press. In this blog, we are focusing on just a few of the major corporations who fund various educational grants. There are countless additional corporations, organizations, and other non-government agencies that offer grants, and it can be a daunting task to begin sifting through them. If you need grant help, or if you simply need someone to help you identify which grants best suit your needs, contact a grant helper to help you find good opportunities and turn them into dollars for your organization.