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One Million Dollars in New NEA/NPS Grants

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August 5, 2015
Great Smoky Mountains

The National Endowment for the Arts and the National Park Service have joined forces to offer a million dollars in new grant funding. The grants are presented in honor of NEA’s 50th anniversary in 2015 and the National Park Service’s centennial in 2016. According to the announcement on Arts.gov: “Imagine Your Parks” will provide...
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Grants to Change Kids’ Lives

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April 19, 2013
Grants to Change Kids’ Lives

If you’re looking for grants that may benefit young people in your community, here’s a great resource from the organization, Youth Today: http://www.YouthToday.org/grants.cfm How to find current, available grants is one of the biggest challenges you face when you go looking for grant money. That’s why our Grants Training Classes focus on giving you...
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Grants for Women Veterans on the Horizon

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May 22, 2012
Grants for Women Veterans on the Horizon

The Department of Veterans Affairs has just published its draft report, Strategies for Serving our Women Veterans. As this report points out, “Women are now the fastest growing cohort within the Veteran community. In 2011, about 1.8 million or 8 percent of the 22.2 million Veterans were women.” As the wars in Iraq and...
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Learn and Serve America Grants

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February 19, 2012
Learn and Serve America Grants

Happy Presidents Day! Learn and Serve America, a project of The Corporation for National and Community Service, has issued its Notice of Funds Availability for its 2012 September 11th National Day of Service and Remembrance Grants. Grant proposals are due in mid-March. Projects will be funded for a two-year period, and grant awards will...
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Our Last Grants Training Class…

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February 9, 2012
Our Last Grants Training Class…

In 2003, after many years as a consultant to non-profit and business organizations, I moved my business to the Internet.  The GrantMeRich website was founded to provide solid, professional information about the world of grants, and it’s been a success from the beginning. During the past nine years, hundreds of people have participated in...
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Grants for 2012

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January 5, 2012
Grants for 2012

It’s a New Year, and a good time to go out on a limb with some cosmic observations about grants for 2012. Even if you haven’t been affected personally, as so many people have, you know the economy has been in trouble the last three years.  Interest rates have been down, and in the...
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Grants for Women’s Projects

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November 29, 2011

If you have a project in the area of women’s culture and feminism, you may be interested in grants available from the Women’s Review Trust.  These are international grants, available for projects anywhere in the world.  I’ll include a link to the website below. And if you’d like to learn how to find more...
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Real Estate Grants are Rebuilding New Orleans

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September 18, 2011
Real Estate Grants are Rebuilding New Orleans

In 2005, Hurricane Katrina damaged or destroyed approximately 800,000 homes in New Orleans. Some were destroyed by the force of the wind, but most were flooded when the levees failed. During my tour of the city, I saw tens of thousands of buildings on which the water line is still plainly visible, and the...
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Brad Pitt Uses Real Estate Grants in the Crescent City

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September 16, 2011
Brad Pitt Uses Real Estate Grants in the Crescent City

Last fall, I visited New Orleans and toured some of the new housing that’s been constructed since Hurricane Katrina hit the city in 2005.  Here’s a link to that earlier post: http://grantmerich.com/blog/rebuilding-in-new-orleans/ I had planned to put up some of the pictures I’d taken on the trip, but as it happened, I had trouble...
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Happy Independence Day! (and News About Special Programs for our Veterans)

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July 4, 2011
Happy Independence Day! (and News About Special Programs for our Veterans)

Happy Independence Day! Today I’m grateful to be living in a country founded on a belief in individual freedoms, and still committed to providing her citizens with life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.  I am also grateful to all the men and women of the armed services, and to their families, for the...
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