Visitors will now be able to quickly locate extensive grant resources and an enhanced user experience at www.grantwatch.com.
November 14, 2014 – GrantWatch.com has officially launched a new streamlined website making it easier for users to identify and apply to new funding sources. The new website provides quick and intuitive access to search and view the full eligibility, funding source, contact information and full grant applications for all types of grant sources, as well as offering extensive resources for receiving grants. Users can sign-up for a free account to start receiving abbreviated grant updates in their industry or can opt to pay for a member account to have full access to the breadth and scope of the entire GrantWatch database.
Libby Hikind, CEO and Founder of GrantWatch says; “I truly believe the rapid growth of GrantWatch is due to the fact that we listen to our community and respond to its needs in real time. Recently we added farming and wildlife for the heartland states, refugees for our border states, disaster relief after Hurricane Sandy for the Northeast and added various municipalities for the many local and state government agencies looking for funding. As a former grant-writer I relate to the needs of this community very much and want to make their job easier with the tools we provide on GrantWatch. My team and I are always available to our users, especially during the roll out of the new site. ”
New Site Features Include:
- Streamlined user account functionality and improved customer support features; providing subscribers with the ability to easily manage and change their account and billing preferences.
- Clear and easy portal for funding sources to post and publicize grants.
- Improved site design, search features and easy accessibility to grant database.
GrantWatch makes it simple for small businesses and nonprofits to find funding opportunities from among thousands of unique and current grants with the largest detailed listing of the newest nonprofit grants and grants for government agencies, small businesses, and individuals. Our current subscribers include: nonprofits, 501c3 organizations, universities, hospitals, government agencies, schools, community based organizations, religious institutions, research institutions and some small businesses and individuals. There are more than 16,000 current and achieved grants, funding opportunities, awards and contracts displayed on GrantWatch.com.
Libby Hikind, CEO & Founder