May 6, 2013
RE: New Member Benefit – Resource for Seeking Grants
NJLM is pleased to offer our members an exciting new member benefit. We have partnered with GrantStation.com, an online grant-seeking resource for nonprofits, local and state governments and educational institutions, to offer our members a discounted rate to use their online database of funders and information on grants and grant writing. League members may purchase a full annual membership to GrantStation.com for only $95. This is over 85% off of their regular rate of $699. A subscription to GrantStation.com provides the user with access to their premiere suite of online grant research resources. You can search through thousands of private and governmental funding opportunities at the local, state and federal level. You can also use their articles and tutorials to enhance your grant writing and grant strategies.
If you would like to take a tour of the GrantStation website and what a subscription offers, you may access a past tour at www.grantstation.com/public/tour.asp.
For more information on this program or to subscribe visit http://www.njslom.org/grants/grants-subscription-form.html.
This new member service is part of our Grants Resource Center, the League’s online tool providing a listing of links to grant opportunities, resources and information to assist our membership in researching and finding funding opportunities. Additionally, each month our site includes links to open funding opportunities and an article highlighting grant issues and the ways in which municipalities can utilize funding. Also through our partnership with GrantStation.com, members may sign up for a weekly email service to have opportunities delivered to their email inbox (separate from the paid service mentioned above, emails are a free NJLM benefit). Through a partnership with Triad Associates, we also offer a free Grant Consultation Service to provide general grant guidance, available to our membership only. Visit our Grant Resource Center at www.njslom.org/grants.html.
Very truly yours,
William G. Dressel, Jr.