Resources

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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Grants for Individuals

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June 2, 2011
Grants for Individuals

One of the questions I’m often asked is whether grants are available for individuals.  The answer is a resounding “Yes!”  These grants can be for many purposes, from medical and financial needs to educational or professional.  For example, there are grants for creative projects, fellowships, putting on public programs, or traveling abroad for a...
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HUD Offers New Tool for Real Estate Grant Seekers

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May 28, 2010

HUD, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, is the largest provider of federal grants for real estate projects.  HUD provides grants to for-profit businesses as well as non-profits and smaller government agencies.  While many HUD grants are “pass-through” grants that are distributed by state and local authorities, some grants are available from...
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10 Things You Could Do with a Grant

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May 13, 2010

You know grants are out there.  Maybe you already have some ideas about how you would use a grant.  But just in case you don’t, here’s a list of 10 things you could do with a grant. Of course, this list is just 10 of thousands of possibilities.  You could: 1.  Use government money...
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My Inner Circle for Grants

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February 17, 2010

For more than a year, readers have been asking me for a way they can get the benefit of working with me, at a cost they can afford. Today I’m issuing an invitation to you to join my new Inner Circle for Grants. For six months, you will receive every one of the new...
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Buy a Home with Economic Stimulus Funds

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February 13, 2010

Terrell, Texas, is a small town 30 miles east of Dallas.  With about 13,000 people, it’s a great town to raise kids, and a place to live in a close, friendly community.  You can work in the metroplex, or you could take advantage of a full range of employment opportunities in Terrell itself.  The...
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Does IBM Have a Grant for You?

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July 25, 2009

One type of grants that gets little attention is corporate grants. Most people know about government grants, and many people know that foundations exist to give grants. But it’s also true that hundreds of thousands of companies also give grants. Corporations offer grants for a number of reasons. They like the public relations benefit...
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Economic Stimulus Funds Progress Report

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June 6, 2009

The federal government has set up a website to educate the American public about the intricacies of the Economic Stimulus (ARRA) package passed earlier this year.  There’s a lot of great information on the site, including a bar chart updated weekly that depicts the amount of money made available, and the amount expended thus far. Between April 24th...
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How Will This Economy Affect Grants?

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November 13, 2008

That’s the question I’m hearing over and over, when I speak, and from my readers. I’m happy to say the news is good. You may have heard me describe grants as a “parallel economy.” Grants operate by different rules than the general economy, and they are not affected in the same ways as loans,...
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Get Camtasia 3.0 Free

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November 25, 2007

Here’s an unusual – and excellent – offer. Camtasia software is a terrific tool for creating tutorials, or explaining complex information to your customers, students or co-workers. It allows you to easily incorporate several different types of media into one presentation. TechSmith, the company that makes Camtasia, has come out with a new version,...
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