- Full Membership Access: GrantStation provides the ability to purchase a Membership to our website which gives access to all of our online tools for grantseeking.
- TrendTrack: Our blog published key trends in the realm of grantseeking and beyond.
- PathFinder: Our development tool allows grant professionals to create a development plan for their career.
- Newsletters: We deliver timely grant opportunities and other resources via email.
- Online Education: We offer webinars which teach on the key areas of the grants process and other areas of interest for our communities.
- Conferences: We hold occasional forums giving insight to the needs of the grantseeking and grantmaking communities.
This gives grantseekers the ability to find new grant opportunities in our databases, build a strong grants strategy with our planning tools, and write powerful proposals with our step-by-step tutorials. This gives them the resources to win their share of the grant funding available to them.
Anyone can purchase a GrantStation Membership by joining on our website. Once we receive payment, you will receive an email with your username and password for logging in.
These are our regular prices:
One Year: $699
Two Years: $1,258 (save 10%)
Three Years: $1,782 (save 15% – the best deal)
One Quarter: $219
We hold periodic promotions at lower prices to allow smaller organizations the ability to purchase a Membership.
We also have partner programs to allow organizations to purchase Memberships at a volume discount.
Our databases are tailored for those seeking grants in the U.S., Canada, and internationally. They feature private grantmakers that accept inquiries and proposals from a variety of organizations.
This includes private foundations, corporate foundations, community foundations, and corporate contribution programs. A number of faith-based funders, association grant programs, and other grant programs are also included in the databases.
The databases provide the ability to search for grantmakers giving in a geographic area and areas of interest. Each grantmaker has a funder profile page to help the grantseeker decide if they should reach out to that grantmaker.
Funder profiles include:
- Primary contact information
- Current funding priorities, geographic scope, grant guidelines, and application deadlines
- Hyperlinks to funders' emails and websites
- Notes that provide "insider" information on selected funders
All funder profiles are updated on an annual basis and include a corresponding date-stamp. In addition, profiles are revised periodically throughout the year to reflect changes in application procedures and/or funding priorities.
For our Members in the US, we have a database of federal opportunities drawn from grants.gov. For each state, we provide a page for each state listing the agencies with grant programs.
For our Members in Canada, we provide a page for each province listing the agencies with grant programs.