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Grants and Funding for Non-Profits, Police, Fire, At-Risk Youth, Schools, Individuals Seeking Funding, Etc.

Your ONE-STOP Resource For Grants and Funding from Both the Federal Government and the Corporate Sector.

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Featuring The

FEDERAL MONEY RETRIEVER
CD-ROM


IF YOU NEED.........

*Grants and Funding for Education;

*Grants and Funding For Individuals;

*Grants and Funding for Non-Profit Organizations and Associations;

*Grants and Funding for Law Enforcement Agencies;

*Grants for Funding Fire Departments;

*Grants and Funding for Corrections and Penal Facilities;

*Grants and Funding For Churches and Religious Organizations;

*Grants, Funding and Loans for Schools and School Districts;

*Grants and Funding for Arts and Humanities;

*Grants, Funding and Assistance for Minorities;

*Grants, Funding and Assistance for Social Services;

*Grants, Funding and Assistance for Human Services;

*Grants, Funding and Financing for Public Works;

*Grants and Funding for Colleges and Universities;

*Grants and Funding for Science and Technology;

*Grants and Funding for Research;

*Grants and Funding for Agriculture;

*Grants and Funding for Agricultural Research;

*Grants and Funding for Environment and Environmental Research;

*Research Grants and Funding for Medicine;

*Grants and Funding for Hospitals and Health Care;

Grants and Funding for Rehabilitation;

*Grants and Funding for Economic Development;

*Grants and Funding for Rural Development;

*Grants and Funding for Community Development;

*Grants and Funding for Planning;

*Grants and Funding for Regional Planning;

*Grants and Funding for Urban Renewal and City Planning;

*Grants and Funding for States, Counties and Cities;

*Grants and Funding for Development;

*Grants and Funding for Transportation;

*Grants for Funding Local Governments;

*Grants and Funding for Correctional Facilities;

*Grants and Funding for Labor and Employment;

*Grants and Funding for Public Facilities;

*Grants, Loans, Financing and Capital for Entrepreneurs;

*Seed and Start-Up Capital for Small Business;

Grants and Funding for Women-Owned Businesses;

*Small Business Grants, Loans, Financing and Capital;

*Home-based Business Grants, Loans, Financing and Capital;

*Grants and Funding For Virtually Anything or Anyone;

YOU NEED THIS SOFTWARE TRIO:

*FEDERAL (GRANT) MONEY RETRIEVER CD-ROM

*PC GRANT PROPOSAL WRITING SOFTWARE

*PC GRANT MONEY EXPENDITURE TRACKING SOFTWARE (FREE)

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ALL ABOUT...

THE FEDERAL (GRANT) MONEY RETRIEVER
for WINDOWS CD-ROM (Includes TWO Periodic Updates):

This is a database package offering the most current information on over 1,300 Federal Funding Programs.

It is the ultimate "ONE-STOP SOFTWARE GUIDE" to ALL Federal funding sources!

The Windows software package comes complete with:

--A Printed Manual;

--Useful Grantwriting Basics Chapter;

--Federal Grant Application Procedures; and

--Grant-Related Terminology You Need To Know!


The "FEDERAL (GRANT) MONEY RETRIEVER" features:

*Information equal to 6,000 printed pages;

*Instant Access to 23 paragraphs fully describing EVERY Federal Funding Program, including:

-Eligibility Requirements

-Contact Information

-Application Procedures

-Deadlines

-Examples of Funded Projects from the Previous Year

-Full Texts of All Federal Programs

-Money Amounts....And Much More!

FIVE SMART INDEXES identify all funding sources matching your search criteria:

1. Agencies (All 57 federal agencies)

2. Beneficiaries (Eligible recipients of federal assistance)

HERE'S WHAT USERS HAVE SAID JUST ABOUT THE "FEDERAL (GRANT) MONEY RETRIEVER".....

"This innovative software program searches its own database of federal financing opportunities and returns sources based on the search criteria input. Full text of the federal programs are included....."

"The FEDERAL (Grant) MONEY RETRIEVER" provides easy access to more than $1 Trillion the federal government offers in loans, grants and technical assistance. The program allows searches by beneficiary (such as minorities, women or the disabled) and offers a quick review of the newest special-interest programs."

"The FEDERAL (GRANT) MONEY RETRIEVER" takes thousands of pages of grant information published by the federal government and turns it into a searchable database for organizations and others who want to obtain government aid."

"This is extremely user-friendly software. I highly recommend it as the ideal PC computer program for people looking for grants, loans and financing, and more!"

"Never before has this range and depth of information on federal programs been as accessible. It is quite simply a revolutionary tool that each and every public agency, each and every non-profit organization, and anyone and everyone seeking to obtain grants, loans, funding and technical assistance."

Here are ONLY 5 specific areas of federal funding out of the total of 20 areas covered by the Federal (Grant) Money Retriever!"

1. Small Business

2. Student Financial Aid

3. Homeownership, Homebuying

4. Non-Profit Organizations and Non-Profit Institutions (including Institutions of Higher Learning)

5. Community Development

Here is a Limited List of Assistance Covered by the Federal (Grant) Money Retriever:

1. Project Grants

2. Formula Grants

3. Direct Payments with Unrestricted Use

4. Direct Payments for Specified Use

5. Direct Loans

6. Guaranteed/Insured Loans

7. Insurance

8. Sale, Exchange, or Donation of Federal Property and Goods

9. Use of Federal Property, Facilities and Equipment

For Complete Details - Click on the E-mail Link on the bottom of this page.

AND - For Non-Profit GRANT SEEKERS and Others Who would rather use PRINTED Grant Search Directories:

*Grants for Programs (Directory)

*Grants For Operating (Directory)

*Grants for Building & Equipment (Directory)

*Grants for Social Services (Directory)

*Grants for Computers (Directory)

*Grants for Health (Directory)

*Grants for Education (Directory)

*Grants for Organizations Serving People with Disabilities (Directory)

WHO IS CURRENTLY USING THE FEDERAL (GRANT) MONEY RETRIEVER CD-ROM For WINDOWS?


--BE SURE to CLICK on the Link at the Top of This Page for a List of WHO'S USING THE FEDERAL (GRANT) MONEY RETRIEVER.

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And Also Featuring:

THE NATIONAL DIRECTORY OF CORPORATE GIVING...

The new 6th edition of the National Directory of Corporate Giving performs a unique service for fundraisers eager to pursue corporate grants by providing reliable, fact-filled, up-to-date entries on approximately 3,000 corporate foundations and direct-giving programs. Corporate funders often make grants that reflect the interests of their parent companies and it benefits grantseekers to discover these funding priorities before submitting proposals.

The new edition of the National Directory of Corporate Giving provides an efficient and effective way to get the inside track on your corporate prospects. It will save you research time and effort by helping you to:

--Access crucial data on approximately 3,000 corporate funders.

--Detailed portraits of close to 1,900 corporate foundations and an additional 1,000 PLUS direct-giving programs include such essential information as the names of key personnel, types of support generally awarded, giving limitations, financial data, purpose and activities statements, and application procedures.

--Determine grantmaker giving interests. Many entries include descriptions of recently awarded grants, an excellent indication of a grantmaker's funding priorities. Many entries also include program analyses to further indicate the grantmaker's interests.

--Research the business concerns of the sponsoring companies. The new 6th Edition includes data on the companies behind the philanthropies PLUS essential background information for corporate grant searches. Entries give the parent company's name and address, a review of its businesses, financial data, and plant and subsidiary locations. In addition, seven indexes help you target the best funding prospects for your program.

And It's Available for Immediate Purchase and Delivery!


GRANT
TRACKER
2000

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SOME FEATURES OF GRANT TRACKER 2000

Flexibility.
One important new feature of GRANT TRACKER is that the accounts, categories and subcategories that are preprogrammed can now be modified or deleted, and new accounts, categories and subcategories can be added. This gives the user complete flexibility, and makes Grant Tracker adaptable for any type of grant, large or small.

Simplicity.
Just enter the amount for each award item from your grant (e.g., Salary, Travel, Equipment) into its named account in GRANT TRACKER (e.g., Salary, Travel, Equipment) as the Opening Balance. Then enter the expenses as they occur in these accounts, and GRANT TRACKER immediately calculates and displays your balances. It is that simple!

Entries.
Individual deposits or payments can be as much as $9,999,999.99.

Personnel.
Unlimited entries.

Many Different Reports and Graphs.

Password Control (optional).

NO NEED TO WAIT!
Start using GRANT TRACKER in the middle of the grant year.

The Search routines allow you to find your expenses in any category (e.g., travel, reprints, service contracts); to find a given purchase order by number; to search for orders that are paid for or not; to search for specific items ordered, or for a specific vendor.

The GRANT TRACKER Manual teaches you how to set up your grant accounts, and also how to reconcile the accounts each month with the expenditure statement from your institution.
The Manual is written for people with NO experience in accounting. It contains the following Chapters.

--Introduction,

--Getting Started,

--Enter Data First Time,

--Accounting Tips,

--Reconciling Monthly Expenditure Statements,

--How to Handle a Continuation Year on a Grant,

--Reports and Graphs,

--Subject Index.

A Sample Data file for a grant is included to speed up the learning process.

Multiple Grants.
Install as many grant files as you wish.

Universities.
GRANT TRACKER is ideal for a Principal Investigator with several grants and a secretary who types the orders and keeps the books, or for a departmental administrator who manages many grants for many Principal Investigators.

Nonprofit Organizations.
The flexibility of GRANT TRACKER lets the user easily modify the account names, and the names of the expense categories and subcategories to fit any type of grant. All of this is explained in the manual.


GRANT TRACKER 2000 is AVAILABLE FOR:

WINDOWS (95/98, NT4) and MACINTOSH

System Requirements:
Windows 95 or higher, 486 or higher, 16 MB RAM, 45 MB of free hard disk space, CD-ROM drive.

Macintosh:

System 8.1 or higher, 32 MB of RAM, 60 MB of free hard disk space, CD-ROM drive.

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Available Now!
--The Federal (Grant)Money Retriever
--Grant Proposal Writing Software
--PC Grant Expenditure Tracking (FREE)
--National Directory of Corporate Giving
--And Much, Much More!

GRANTS For At-Risk Youth 2001

If You Need Detailed Information on Hundreds of Sources of Funds - Specifically for At-Risk Youth, GRANTS FOR AT-RISK YOUTH is the Grant Directory You Need!

The need is great! The funds are short! But did you know that there are nearly 500 Private and Federal Sources of Funding set aside for Programs for Disadvantaged and Troubled Youth?

It is all here in GRANTS FOR AT-RISK YOUTH!

You'll find them in this one-stop resource, and:

--Expert Guidance;

--Complete Funder Information;

--Practical Tools; and Much More!

Everything you need to locate your best prospects for Grants for Programs that get results can be found in:

GRANTS FOR AT-RISK YOUTH.

locating Grants for At-Risk Youth used to mean sifting through general directories, the Internet and a lot of time and frustration. If you hired a Professional Grant Writer to find the funds, you may have spent more money that you anticipated, and may not have gotten the anticipated results.

NO MORE!

GRANTS FOR AT-RISK YOUTH makes it easy. Now you can look in just one place to Identify the organizations that are funding programs for disadvantaged or troubled young people. This is a unique, one of a kind directory which is ideal for Grant Seekers, Grant Writers, Development Directors, Administrators, and Counselors.

If you lack expertise in grantseeking, or simply dread spending the time it requires, GRANTS FOR AT-RISK YOUTH makes a difficult process easier than ever before. Why not locate your best prospects quickly, and then spend your time on the important work of putting together your best grant proposal using PC Grant (Proposal) Writing: A Hands-On Approach.

Here in this single resource, you will find nearly 500 Private, Corporate, Federal and Community Funders, with all the information you need to Identify the Grants for which you qualify. For each listing, the funder is profiled with information such as:

--How to contact the organization;

--Types of eligible organizations and specific programs funded;

Geographical Preferences;

--Funds allotted for Grants;

--Recent Grants;

--Application Information; and

--Deadlines.

Private funders are arranged by state;
Federal funders are listed alphabetically.
Two indexes, alphabetical and by area of giving, make it easy to find your best contacts.

GRANTS FOR AT-RISK YOUTH features:

--Nearly 500 sources of funding at your fingertips, listed alphabetically by state;

--Model for a Successful At-Risk Program;

--Sample Forms and Lists of Further Resources;

--The Information Request Letters, Project Abstract Forms, and Detailed Proposal Checklist will help you ensure that you have prepared a strong and complete Grant Proposal;

--Two Indexes for fast, easy reference;

--Up to the Minute Information from USCCCN International, Incorporated, based on the Grantscape Database of Funders;

--Annual Update Advisories for staying timely.

All This for Only $125.00 Per Copy - Delivered.


NATIONAL GUIDE TO FUNDING FOR ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION - 5th Edition

This volume provides essential facts on more than 3,300 grantmakers, each with a history of awarding grant dollars to projects and institutions related to elementary and secondary education. You'll cut hours off your fundraising research time by having, in a single convenient volume, a list of grantmakers already interested in your subject field!

The National Guide to Funding for Elementary and Secondary Education is designed to help you get the facts you need to bolster your target list of funding prospects. Each entry provides crucial data address, financial data, giving priorities statement, application procedures, contact names, and key officials. Many entries also include descriptions of recently awarded grants, often the best indication of a grantmaker's funding priorities. The volume includes over 8,800 sample grants. Six indexes help you target potential funders by subject and geographic area, types of grants generally awarded, foundation name, and the names of key personnel.

The grantmakers included in the National Guide to Funding for Elementary and Secondary Education have supported a wide range of organizations, from the smallest schools to nationwide research initiatives, as well as bilingual programs, cooperative/community education, drop-out prevention, educational testing, programs for gifted children, remedial reading/math initiatives, and vocational/trade schools. For information on grantmakers likely to fund your school or educational program, as well as major grantmakers with funding priorities in elementary and secondary education, you'll want to make this volume your first stop.


NATIONAL GUIDE TO FUNDING IN HIGHER EDUCATION - 6th Edition

The new 6th Edition of the National Guide to Funding in Higher Education provides essential facts on more than 7,200 foundations and corporate direct-giving programs, and public charities, each with a history of awarding grant dollars to higher education projects and institutions. Imagine the time you'll save by having, in a single convenient source, a list of thousands of U.S. grantmakers that support higher education!

The National Guide to Funding in Higher Education covers all the facts you need to bolster your target list of funding prospects:

Grantmaker Portraits:
More than 7,200 grantmaker entries with the data you need to decide whether to pursue potential funding sources addresses, financial data, giving priorities, application procedures, contact names, and the names of key officials.

Sample Grants:
More than 18,000 descriptions of recently awarded grants provide additional insights into foundations' proven giving interests.

A Range of Indexes to help you target funders by specific program areas and geographic area preferred by grantmakers.

Each year the grantmakers featured in this volume award millions of dollars to colleges, universities, professional and technical schools, scholarship funds, and a range of other related programs and projects. Don't let your organization miss out on its share of foundation grant dollars. Order your copy today!


NATIONAL GUIDE TO FUNDING FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT - 2nd Edition

With more than 2,600 foundations and corporate direct-giving programs, and public charities covered, this volume offers fundraisers in the field an excellent opportunity to increase their funding base. Imagine how many hours you'll cut from your research time by having in a single convenient volume a list of grantmakers already committed to your field! The grantmakers covered in this volume have supported:

--community improvement projects;

--economic development;

--business promotion (including Chambers of Commerce);

--community funds and federated giving programs; \

--community service clubs;

--housing development, construction, and rehabilitation;

--low-cost temporary housing and homeless shelters;

--employment and vocational training;

and more!

The National Guide to Funding for Community Development is designed to help you get the facts you need to bolster your target list of funding prospects. Entries feature crucial information:

--adresses,

--contact names,

--giving interest statements,

--current financial data,

--application guidelines, and, in many cases,

--examples of recently awarded grants..

Thousands of grant descriptions provide unique insight into foundation funding priorities. And a range of indexes help you find the most appropriate funders by subject area, geographic focus, and types of support.

Make sure your organization receives its share of grants: Order your copy of this essential new research tool today!


NATIONAL GUIDE TO FUNDING IN SUBSTANCE ABUSE - 2nd Edition

Each year the grantmakers featured in this volume award millions of dollars to nonprofit organizations in your field. The National Guide to Funding in Substance Abuse thoroughly prepares you for an informed grant search, providing all the facts you need to determine which of these funders are the most appropriate prospects for your organization.

The Guide to Funding in Substance Abuse provides easy access to:

--grantmaker addresses,

--financial data,

--giving priorities,

--contact names and key officials;

--lists of sample grants;

and a range of indexes to help you target potential funders. Many entries include a list of recent grants, providing additional insight into a grantmaker's funding priorities. The volume includes over 680 sample grants.

The 580+ foundations and corporate direct-giving programs included in this volume have supported a wide range of projects and organizations. Search for prospects among grantmakers that fund:

--counseling,

--preventative education,

--treatment, medical research,

--residential care and halfway houses,

as well as programs that address alcohol and drug abuse, smoking addiction, and drunk driving.

Don't let your organization miss out on its share of foundation grant dollars. Order your copy today!


NATIONAL GUIDE TO FUNDING FOR CHILDREN, YOUTH AND FAMILIES - 5th Edition

The 5th Edition of the National Guide to Funding for Children, Youth and Families features current, accurate data on more than 5,100 foundations and corporate giving programs, all with an interest in funding nonprofit organizations that serve these special populations. Imagine how much time you'll save by having, in one convenient location, information on thousands of grantmakers already committed to your field!

The Guide to Funding for Children, Youth and Families is designed to make it easy for you to find the information you need. Features include Fact-filled portraits that provide easy access to:

--grantmaker addresses and contact names;

--financial data to help you determine giving potential;

--giving priorities and limitations;

--application guidelines;

--and the names of key officials.

*Descriptions of recent grants, often the surest indication of a funder's giving priorities. Over 19,100 sample grants give you special insight into grantmaker priorities.

*A range of helpful indexes that match your funding needs with the most appropriate grantmakers. You can target potential funders by the names of donors, officers, and trustees; subject area; geographic focus; and types of support.

The grantmakers covered in this volume award millions of dollars each year to programs involved with child development and welfare, family planning, family services, delinquency prevention, youth centers, and hundreds of other subject areas. To tap into your organization's share of grants, you need the current information on these funders included in the National Guide to Funding for Children, Youth and Families.

NATIONAL GUIDE TO FUNDING FOR THE ENVIRONMENT AND ANIMAL WELFARE - 5th Edition

The new 5th Edition of the National Guide thoroughly prepares you for an informed grant search. It covers over 2,900 foundations, corporate direct giving programs, and grantmaking public charities with an interest in the field, providing you immediate access to crucial fundraising information:

--grantmaker addresses,

--financial data,

--giving priorities,

--contact names and key officials;

--lists of sample grants;

and a range of indexes.

To show you the grantmakers' demonstrated giving interests, the volume includes over 7,200 descriptions of grants recently awarded to projects and organizations involved in:

--international conservation,

--ecological research,

--litigation and advocacy,

--waste reduction,

--animal welfare,

and many other related projects and giving interests.


NATIONAL GUIDE TO FUNDING IN ARTS AND CULTURE - 6th Edition

The new 6th Edition of the National Guide to Funding in Arts and Culture provides essential facts on over 7,500 foundations, corporate direct-giving programs, and public charities, each with a history of awarding grant dollars to arts and culture-related projects and organizations.

Imagine the time you'll save by having, in a single convenient source, a list of thousands of U.S. grantmakers that support arts and culture!

Grantmaker Portraits:
Over 7,500 up-to-date entries feature the information you need to decide whether or not to pursue a funding source, including financial data, giving priorities, application procedures, the names of key officials, and contact names and addresses.

Sample Grants:
Thousands of descriptions of recently awarded grants provide additional insights into foundation funding priorities.

A Range of Indexes:
The volume is indexed by subject area, geographic area, and types of support to help you target the most appropriate funders for your organization.

Each year the grantmakers covered by this volume award millions of dollars to:

--theaters,

--museums,

--archaeology projects,

--orchestras,

--dance groups and troupes,

and a range of other arts and culture-related programs.

Don't let your organization miss out on its share of foundation grant dollars. Order your copy today!


NATIONAL GUIDE TO FUNDING IN HEALTH - 6th Edition

The National Guide to Funding in Health is an essential resource for fundraisers in the field. The 6th Edition features current data on 7,700+ foundations, corporate giving programs, and grantmaking public charities all with an interest in funding health-related programs and institutions.

Imagine the time you'll save by having, in a single convenient source, a list of thousands of grantmakers already committed to your field!

The National Guide to Funding in Health is designed to make it easy for you to get the information you need. Features include:

Fact-filled grantmaker portraits that provide easy access to address and contact name; financial data to help you determine giving potential; giving priorities and limitations; application guidelines; and the names of key officials.

Descriptions of recent grants, often the best indication of a grantmaker's funding priorities. More than 16,900 sample grants give you additional insights into grantmaker priorities.

A range of helpful indexes that match your funding needs with the most appropriate grantmakers. You can target potential funders by names of donors, officers, and trustees; subject area; geographic focus; and types of support.

The grantmakers covered in this volume award millions of dollars each year to:

--hospitals,

--universities,

--research institutes,

--health care associations,

and a variety of other organizations and projects.

To tap into this source of funding, your organization needs the kind of current information included in the National Guide to Funding in Health.


NATIONAL GUIDE TO FUNDING IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - 2nd Edition

This volume represents a valuable source of information for nonprofit organizations eager to enhance their services with the latest technologies. The National Guide to Funding for Information Technology provides essential facts on over 700 foundations and corporate direct giving programs, each with a history of awarding grant dollars to projects involving information technology.

The Guide to Funding for Information Technology covers all the facts you need to bolster your target list of funding prospects:

Grantmaker Portraits with over 700 entries with the data you need to decide to pursue the funding source address, financial data, giving priorities, application procedures, contact names, and the names of key officials.

Sample Grants with over 2,400 descriptions of recently awarded grants provide insight into foundation giving interests.

Range of Indexes to help you target funders by specific program areas favored and geographic areas preferred by grantmakers.

Each year the grantmakers featured in this volume award millions of dollars for projects involving computer science, engineering and technology, telecommunications, and media and communications to a range of educational institutions and other nonprofit organizations.

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