What some people may not know is that grant writing is much more than writing. In fact, before any writing begins, and if the organization is “grant ready,” the grant writer will gather a wide range of information and data about the organization.
A key part of writing a government grant is the ability to advocate, in narrative form, why the prospective grantee should be awarded the grant.
OMB Memorandum M-21-20 was broken into five sections that either underscore the federal government’s need for a swift response to the public health crisis, outline its commitment to accountability and transparency of ARP spending, or ensure that all Americans are supported through the advancement of racial equity and that underserved communities are supported.
On March 19, 2021, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) published Memorandum M-21-20 to outline the Administration’s approach to “effective implementation and stewardship of American Rescue Plan funds.” This post will summarize the twelve flexibilities outlined in Appendix 3.
Read Grants Works overview of city, county and state government grants and how to find them. The post includes links to several localities’ grants pages.
Do you own a business in the US with a technological innovation that could use an infusion of research and development (R&D) investment to meet its commercial potential? If you do or know someone who may be, continue reading to learn about federal SBIR and STTR funding and which companies are eligible to apply. WhatContinue reading “Learn About Federal SBIR/STTR Funding”
If you operate or plan to operate a permanent or transitional housing program and you are not familiar with the Continuum of Care program, keep reading to learn more about the community-driven collaborative process that steers HUD funding to organizations that serve the homeless in communities around the country. Before Congress passed the Homeless EmergencyContinue reading “A Primer on the Continuum of Care Program That Helps Address Homelessness”
Grants Works has been sharing details on social media about COVID-19 funding relief being offered by regional funding collaboratives. Funding collaboratives are not new. However, in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, we saw the impressive speed, efficiency and effectiveness of these pooled donations from charitable foundations, corporations and individuals to fund local nonprofits andContinue reading “The Great Timing of COVID-19 Relief Grants from Regional Funding Collaboratives”