Experienced professionals and first-time grant writers both praise GrantStation's online tools. GrantStation guides you through the essential steps of evaluating your funding needs, determining your best grant strategy, building a grants calendar, researching eligible funders, and then writing your letters of intent (LOIs) and actual applications.
To be included in GrantStation's database, funders must accept unsolicited proposals, applications, or letters of inquiry (LOIs); they must accept requests from a wide range of organizations; and they must be the actual granting organization.
The database includes state and federal programs; independent, family, community, and corporate foundations; corporate giving programs; faith-based grantmakers; and others. Resources are also available for Canadian and international charitable grantseekers.
GrantStation's database of topic areas include a broad cross section of funding areas.
Our partnership with GrantStation means we have the best deal nonprofits can get — $99 for a full 12-month membership. That's $600 less than standard retail, and $200 off our usual TechSoup price. This limited $99 offer is available for just a few days each year.
"GrantStation is much easier to search than other online tools. Their keyword search is awesome! I found almost 20 opportunities not yet identified by our organization as possible funders. ...Their customer service is wonderful — very responsive and helpful. Great tool!! Great team!!"— Theresa Silveira
"I recommended GrantStation to a new grant writer recently. ... I like the fact that you have weeded out foundations that don't accept applications. I also like the ability to look up federal grants — much easier than Grants.gov! Thanks for providing a great product that we can actually afford."— Jo McMahan
A GrantStation membership gives organizations access to searchable listings of global, national, regional, and local grantmakers — both private and government. You will also gain access to step-by-step tutorials on grant requests, writing letters of inquiry, managing grant awards, and how to diversify your grants portfolio, plus The GrantStation Insider, a weekly e-newsletter. The $99 offer is for a full 12-month membership, not a stripped-down one or a trial.
This special offer is available to U.S. nonprofits with 501(c)(3) status and to public libraries. Eligible libraries may request GrantStation for back-office use or other administrative purposes by library staff only. Libraries should contact GrantStation if they are interested in a program that provides access to their patrons.
Yes. If you got your existing membership through TechSoup or from GrantStation directly, you can extend it a full 12 months through this offer. There is not a separate renewal product: GrantStation will provide instructions on how to apply the renewal to your existing membership.
To see when your current GrantStation membership expires, visit GrantStation.com and log in to your account. Your membership expiration date will appear below the password box.
To acquire GrantStation through TechSoup, you must first register as a TechSoup member and have your 501(c)(3) or public library status verified. You can start here.
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Requests for more than one membership must be made with GrantStation directly. Current GrantStation subscribers may only renew one instance of GrantStation with this offer. Existing memberships obtained as a benefit from the Membership Value Program or the Premium Licensing Program cannot be extended with this offer. This offer is not refundable.