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Grant Opportunities

The Official Site of the City of Homer Alaska

Are you looking for a searchable database of available grants?  How about tips to get started writing a grant proposal?   Try GrantStation!

Free access is only available on the library's computers. Ask staff to log you in.

There are 4 parts to the GrantStation website:  Search, Write, Learn, and Read.

In the SEARCH area GrantStation offers:
GrantStation provides access to a searchable database of private grantmakers that accept inquiries and proposals from a variety of organizations; federal deadlines, which are updated daily; links to state agency grant announcements; and a growing database of international grantmakers.

In the WRITE area GrantStation offers a set of practical tutorials to assist grantseekers in developing a solid base for their grantseeking programs, and in crafting compelling documents designed to garner the attention of grantmakers. Included in this section are step by step guides on how to get started, write a letter of inquiry, develop a full proposal, and revise and edit past proposals.

In the LEARN area GrantStation offers a number of resources to bolster your grantseeking strategies and the management of grant awards, including how to document in-kind contributions.

In  the READ area GrantStation publishes two e-newsletters: The GrantStation Insider is published weekly (48 issues a year) and focuses on opportunities for North American nonprofit organizations (U.S. and Canada). The GrantStation International
Insider is published monthly (11 issues per year) and focuses on international funding opportunities. Both e-newsletters hold to the highest standards of research and writing and provide our readers with a variety of excellent private and government grant announcements.