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Let’s Play - Grants for Community Recreation and Outdoor Spaces

Thu, Mar 7, 2013 @ 13:03 PM / by Michelle Hansen posted in great resources, grant annoucement, community development, community development grant, recreation grant, grant opportunity, municipality grant, environment grant

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As the winter weather continues to take its toll on the nation, thoughts of green grass and outside recreational activities can help ease those winter blues. There are several opportunities for entities such as municipalities, counties, and non-profit organizations to apply for grants to help fund facilities, parks, and other recreational opportunities. In this blog post we will review some of these grant opportunities. There are thousands more. As always, we are here to help you get those grant dollars.  So if you have any questions about how to apply, feel free to contact us anytime. And remember, the initial consultation is ALWAYS FREE.

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10 Well-Known U.S. Grant-Making Foundations You Should Know About

Fri, Mar 1, 2013 @ 17:03 PM / by Michelle Hansen posted in great resources, money, grant services, foundations

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When searching for grant opportunities, it is easy to focus on federal, state, and local government funding. However, do not overlook the numerous grant-making foundations that fund a variety of different projects from healthcare to environmental to creative programs and projects. Below, we have compiled a list of 10 United States grant-making foundations that have made the favorites list of several leading foundation experts. 

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A Grant Writer's Guide to Overcoming Writer's Block

Fri, Jan 25, 2013 @ 09:01 AM / by Alisyn Franzen posted in great resources, overcoming writer's block, grant services, grant writing help, writer's block, grant writing, grant tips, Grant Writing Tips, grant hints

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It happens to everyone. Possible symptoms include anxiousness, frustration, anxiety, slight shaking or tremors, lessened ability to think or converse, and night sweats. We’re not talking about any specific medical disorder. We’re talking about writer’s block. Victims are often assumed to be struggling novelists, but grant writers are also subject to the same symptoms from time to time. Anyone who has ever written anything of length or depth has likely had a battle with this frustrating ailment.

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