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Thousands of grants are now available. 3NewsNow reporter, Danielle Davis, joins us with more on what you need to do to apply for this money.

GrantWatch has grants from 59 different industries... everything from arts and education to mental health and even disaster relief.


Remembering 9/11.

Libby Hikind was living in New York and running for city council when the attacks happened. As she reflects, 19 years later, Libby, says it was the worst and best time for Americans.

Why Small Businesses and Nonprofits Should Seek Grants During a Pandemic

Click here to listen: https://epodcastnetwork.com/why-small-businesses-and-nonprofits-should-seek-grants-during-a-pandemic/

Libby Hikind, the Founder, President and CEO of GrantWatch.com, an on-line resource for grants for nonprofits, government agencies, small businesses and individuals joins Enterprise Radio. GrantWatch is now the number one grants website in the funding industry.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Libby Hikind discuss the following:

  1. What is Grantwatch.com, why did you start it & who can benefit the most from Grantwatch?
  2. What sets Grantwatch.com apart from the many other websites that offer the same information?
  3. How specific are the categories on grantwatch?
  4. Where do the grants come from and do they have to be paid back?
  5. How is a grant different from a government loan?
  6. What is the range of monetary grants on the website for small businesses and nonprofits?
  7. Does grant watch have a staff to help a company or individual who doesn’t understand the logistics of applying for a grant?
  8. What are some of the tips and tricks to applying for grants through Grantwatch?
  9. Live on WPTV NewsChannel 5: Grants for Businesses & Nonprofits

    Reporter, Michelle Quesada, takes a look at a website that helps businesses, both for-profit and nonprofit, bounce back from uncertain times.

    COVID-19 hasn't stopped the T. Leroy Jefferson Medical Society from providing health care to underserved communities, but it has stopped the flow of funding.

    "We were concerned that we might have to close our doors after 70 years in the community" executive director Laurel Dalton says grants and loans have been more accessible to for-profit businesses, but nonprofits are hurting too.

    Many nonprofits are looking for more grants that can help in these uncertain times. GrantWatch.com lists more than 4,000 grants for nonprofits, grants for small businesses, and grants for individuals.

    "You can see a grant for $500, or you can see a grant for $2 million - we put them up and we hold nothing back" GrantWatch founder, Libby Hikind, says there are grants open to nonprofits, and grants tailored to specific businesses owned by women, minorities, those impacted by covid-19.


    Live on WPTV NewsChannel5: Grant Website Helps Struggling Nonprofits

    GrantWatch lists more than 4,000 grants for non-profits, small businesses, and individuals.

    Contact GrantWatch: (561) 249-4129 9am-6pm EST Monday to Friday, email support@grantwatch.com or visit www.grantwatch.com

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    Live on Today at 5 News: Helping Businesses Recover From The Pandemic

    Helping local businesses recover from the pandemic, and that includes nonprofits struggling to carry out their mission in our communities.

    COVID-19 hasn't stopped the T. Leroy Jefferson Medical Society from providing healthcare to underserved areas. But money is tight, and the organization is one of many nonprofits searching for grants.

    That's where GrantWatch.com comes in. The site is set up to provide a lifeline to nonprofits, small businesses, and individuals.

    Live on FOX29 Morning News: Nonprofits In Need of Grants

    COVID-19 hasn't stopped medical professionals with the T. Leroy Jefferson Medical Society from providing health care to underserved communities, but money to do this is tight.

    Like many nonprofits - they're in need of grants. That's where GrantWatch.com comes in. Grants are not just for nonprofits but small businesses, and individuals too.

    GrantWatch has over 4,000 grants available on its website.

    Contact GrantWatch: (561) 249-4129 9am-6pm EST Monday to Friday, email support@grantwatch.com or visit www.grantwatch.com


    Grant Website Helps Struggling Businesses and Nonprofits.

    It's a time for healing and recovery for businesses from the pandemic. WPTV talks to the founder and CEO of GrantWatch.com, Libby Hikind, about what funding is out there for struggling businesses and nonprofit organizations.

    Contact GrantWatch @ (561) 249-4129 9am-6pm EST Monday to Friday, support@grantwatch.com or visit www.grantwatch.com


    Live on CBS 12 News, GrantWatch CEO Libby Hikind gave some top tips for Nonprofit and Business Advice.

    Small businesses and non profits are struggling to keep the doors open. But there is funding out there, you just need to know where to look for it.

    If you're a grant seeker remember to:

    • Check the eligibility before applying

    • Make sure you have your documents in order

    • Follow directions and provide only the information they ask for

    • Most importantly - hire a grant writer if you are not sure how to complete your application

    Find grants and funding available at www.grantwatch.com

    Hire a grant writer at www.grantwriterteam.com



    Live on CBS 12 News, GrantWatch CEO Libby Hikind advises people to apply for grants using a website which has dozens of opportunities for people affected by the coronavirus.

    "Our grants are for non-profits, small businesses, and individuals," said GrantWatch CEO Libby Hikind.

    GrantWatch is a search website that helps people find grants they qualify for to get monetary help.

    "They're available to everyone. Anybody who has a laptop or an iPhone or some access to the internet. We have a search bar, we have many options for how you can search for the grant," said Hikind.

    There are many grants on the website right now to help many hurting due to COVID-19.

    "Emergency funding, grants for all kinds of musicians, for research and development, healthcare needs,"said Hikind.

    You can see what grants you qualify for at www.grantwatch.com


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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Grantwatch.com Announces New Category, SOCIAL JUSTICE

Social Justice Grants are now easier to identify and apply


GrantWatch.com Announces New Category, SOCIAL JUSTICE



Social Justice Grants are now easier to identify and apply



BOYNTON BEACH, Fla., June 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- For most nonprofit organizations, grants are the single most important financial resource. Getting a grant could make or break the success of many of these community serving organizations. 

Libby Hikind

With social justice issues exploding in America, GrantWatch.com felt it was the right time to address this topic and create a path for nonprofit business and individuals working towards social justice. 

The new social justice category includes grants specifically for: nonprofits, small businesses, municipalities, tribal organizations and community-based and faith-based organizations who focus on social justice, racial equality, economic justice, human rights and social change.  

These currently available grants in the social justice category are for providing services  for individuals, nonprofits, businesses, communities of color and other populations, cultures and religions that have been affected by racial injustice, prejudice and discrimination based upon their age, disability, ethnicity, gender, marital status, national origin, race, religion, and sexual orientation.

"Our goal has always been to help nonprofit organizations secure grants but now, with this new category, we are making it easier to identify grantors with open funding applications for social justice causes," Founder and CEO Libby Hikind said. "Right now, we have 188 grants in the category and that number keeps growing," Hikind added. 

Libby continued, "We are ready, willing and able to accept many more social justice and other grant listings on GrantWatch.com.

Working together with both the funding source (government, foundations, corporations and philanthropists) and the community grant seeking organizations in need of funding to provide services to bring about social justice, we can change the world!"

ABOUT GRANTWATCH
GrantWatch was first established in 2010 to level the playing field for the grant seeking community. Their mission is to provide a grant search engine with added value, with the same price point for large and small nonprofits and businesses.

ABOUT LIBBY HIKIND
Libby Hikind, began her grant writing career while working as a teacher in the New York City Department of Education. She wrote many grants for her classroom before raising $11 million for a Brooklyn school district. Throughout her professional career she established her own grant writing agency in Staten Island with a fax newsletter for her clients of available grants. After retiring from teaching, Libby moved to Florida where she embraced the new technology and started GrantWatch. Today more than 120,000 people visit GrantWatch.com online, monthly.

For questions or support, please contact GrantWatch at 561-249-4129 or email support@grantwatch.com.

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CONTACT: Marie Sky: Hey, Sandy! PR, (cell) 954-554-7084, Email: marieskyheysandypr@gmail.com, Twitter: @heysandypr


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561 249-4129

Support@GrantWatch.com
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GrantWatch Announces New COVID-19 Coronavirus Grants Category

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., March 27, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, GrantWatch announced the immediate availability of a new Coronavirus grants category on GrantWatch.com, enabling nonprofits, small businesses and individuals to easily locate and access grants and loans during the COVID-19 pandemic.

"We have added an additional grants category Coronavirus COVID-19 to our already robust grant search engine. Everyone is working at GrantWatch (from home) to aggregate the grants available on the federal, state, and local level from government, foundations and corporations. At GrantWatch it is "all hands-on-deck" to locate available funding for the effected communities throughout every state and territory in the United States, Canada, Israel and Internationally," said Libby Hikind, CEO of GrantWatch.

Positive Community Impact

Many nonprofits, small businesses and individuals have already started applying to COVID-19 grants which they have found in the Coronavirus grants category on GrantWatch.com.

GrantWatch.com, the most up-to-date grants search engine, is committed to making funding accessible to nonprofits of every size and target audience.

Grants are added to the category on GrantWatch.com daily, by grant researchers, writers and publishers and are also update-driven by government and corporations on the website's List a Grant page.

The site categorizes grants into geographic locations and more than 50 subject categories, for easy searching. GrantWatch.com is unlike any other grant site on the Web:

Grant detail pages include information of "presentation quality" for a board meeting.

New grants are added and updated daily, and past due grants are archived daily.

Exceptional customer service – phone, chat and email with support staff available.

Varying needs of individual and multiple users are met through research staff.

Funding opportunities include foundation, corporation, federal, state and local grants & awards

Founded in 2010, GrantWatch is the worldwide leader in the grants funding industry. The company offers a wide range of products

and services designed to assist nonprofits in their fundraising needs:

GrantWatch.com is a current up-to-date grants search engine for nonprofits, categorized geographically, by grant interest and keywords.

GrantWriterTeam.com is where grant seekers are matched with grant writers to help organizations write grants, research funding opportunities, develop curriculum and design crowdfunding campaigns.

GWI.educaton is where aspiring grant writers can learn grant writing and the grant application process. The curriculum is in development. Complete the form to get on our list.

YouHelp.com is a free crowdfunding platform where nonprofits and individuals alike can reach out to their community to solicit funds to for their cause.

For more information:

561 249-4129

Support@GrantWatch.com
https://www.GrantWatch.com

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YWCA of Greater Miami-Dade / Flowers Consulting

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September 15th 2017
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Maryland Community Actions Partnership (MCAP)

Human Services Conference: Identifying and Winning Grants to Fund Essential Services
May 4th 2016
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Neighborhood Technical Assistance Clinic (NTAC)


Neighborhood Technical Assistance Clinic (NTAC)
2015


To speak with Libby or set up and interview – Please contact Marie Sky at Hey, Sandy! PR marieskyheysandypr@gmail.com or 954-554-7084


ABOUT LIBBY HIKIND

GrantWatch Media Libby Hikind, began her grant writing career while working as a teacher in the New York City Department of Education. She wrote many grants for her classroom before raising $11 million for a Brooklyn school district. Throughout her professional career she established her own grant writing agency in Staten Island with a fax newsletter for her clients of available grants. After retiring from teaching, Libby embraced the new technology and started GrantWatch. She then moved GrantWatch and her grant writing agency to Florida to enjoy her parents later years, and the rest is history. Today more than 120,000 people visit GrantWatch.com online, monthly.



ABOUT GRANTWATCH

GrantWatch was first established in 2010 to level the playing field for the grant seeking community. Their mission is to provide a grant search engine with added value, with the same price point for large and small nonprofits and businesses.