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Grant-Writing Workshop - Saturday, July 25, 2015 #grants #grantwriting #nonprofit #community



07/25/2015 8:30a.m. – 2:30p.m. – – Grant Writing Workshop – –

Another amazing Comprehensive Grant Writing Workshop will be held at Grace Church of the Nazarene, 8979 E. 108 more words

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Rutgers Researcher Receives $7.2 Million from Military to Fight Drug-Resistant Bacteria

Rutgers School of Dental Medicine’s Daniel Kadouri tackles one of the greatest threats to global health.

Read more here.

Grant’s ‘Awesome Job’ campaign closes its second stage of selection to identify top three finalists

Grant’s has successfully culminated the second stage of selection for its India Brand Ambassador on the 24th of June 2015 in New Delhi. The event was hosted in the heart of Delhi’s restaurant hub in Hauz Khas Village at Anti-Social. 588 more words


What Should We Achieve with Our Metrics?

Earlier this week, I came across an interesting item on the blog at the Stanford Social Innovation Review entitled What Gets Measured Gets Done that discussed the value of using metrics and data analysis in assessing the accomplishments of organizations operating in the non-profit sector.   525 more words

Thank You, Crossroads Fund

We are delighted to announce that Crossroads Fund has awarded us a grant of $4,000 in this year’s Seed Fund program.

This generous funding will be dedicated to general operating costs—enabling us to get many more books in the hands of the women we serve—as well as to special projects to create awareness and inspire action around issues related to our work. 31 more words


3 Bookkeeping Problems that are Easy to Fix

Having worked with a lot of business owners, I see one area that nearly always needs improvement – financial management. More specifically, keeping accurate books seems to be the last priority for business owners who are swamped with day-to-day activities, but it is an accurate set of books that empower an owner to make good management decisions. 294 more words