Grants to help start charities

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A great number of foundations and institutions offer grants to start and support a charity organisation. Still, for every foundation and institution, there are an even larger number of applicants. Fitting your charity with a specific grant application with a foundation or organisation that deals directly with your kind of situation will highly increase your chance of getting a grant. Doing the research and finding an exact match is one of the most important steps of applying for a grant. Start your search by going online, going to a library, or getting help from a professional.

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Charity.com

The website charity.com is a great online tool that covers everything you need. You can use it to find foundations and organisation, as well as tips on how and where to apply for grants. It has a “Resources” section that will point you in the right direction if you need to go off site for help. It also breaks down charitable organisations according to topics, so you can search specifically for what you need.

The Foundation Center

The Foundation Center is one of the largest libraries for foundations, rrganization and grants. The headquarters are in New York City, but they have field offices in Atlanta, Cleveland, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C. The centre has staff on hand to help out, and a very extensive, worldwide, catalogue. A charge is necessary for the service, but it includes access to its online database, so that your search can continue even when you’re not there. The website provides step-by-step guidance so that novices and experts alike can get the full benefits of the centre.

79 Fifth Avenue/16th Street

New York, NY 10003-3076

212-620-4230

foundationcenter.org

Professional grant writers

Getting professional help may be the strongest method of getting a grant to start a charity. There are businesses dedicated to helping with this process, and using their expertise will get you ahead of the game. These services come at a price, however they do all the legwork and provide you with exact knowledge of how the industry works. The same way that you would rely on a real-estate agent or an accountant to help advance your business, these professional grant writers are the middlemen to get you what you need. Allied Grant Writers and GrantsAlert.com are two highly recommended online grant writers businesses.

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