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The ONE Thing That Must Be in Your Grant Application

“If I’d asked the public what they wanted, they would’ve said a faster horse.”  –Henry Ford*

It’s human nature to think about our wants, but as Henry Ford poignantly notes, our wants are often just more of the same. In life—and in grant applications—it’s more important to focus on the... Read More


How to Pick the Right Grant

In an ideal world, educators should be able to focus all of their energy on their students and pedagogy. Unfortunately, the reality is that educators often must focus on procuring resources, too.  More than ever, teachers and administrators are seeking funding and writing grants to support basic classroom needs.... Read More


Calling All Grant Writers!

You’ve likely read the popular children’s book, If You Give a Mouse a Cookie, by Laura Numeroff.  The darling little mouse begs for a cookie. And he gratefully receives it. But, with crumbs still on his whiskers, the mouse then requests a tall glass of milk. Here at GrantsAlert,... Read More


Funding Matchmakers Bring You Tradition, Twists, and Transformation

Many thanks to our friend, Joe Mizereck, who since 1996 has dedicated his time and his talents to supporting education and other social organizations by finding and following the money through GrantsAlert.com. What an amazing opportunity to walk in his shoes and continuing his untiring “Tradition of Funding Excellence!... Read More


AWESOME ALERT: Paula Love to Carry The GrantsAlert.com Torch Into the Future

For months I have been looking for the right person to take over and continue the work of GrantsAlert.com.  A few weeks ago this wonderful woman called me and clearly understood all the work and love I have devoted to this site and she declared her interest in securing... Read More