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 levels from government, foundations and corporations. At GrantWatch it is “all-hands-on-deck” to locate available funding for the affected 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 through government and corporations through the 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 on “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. GrantWatch.com is a current up-to-date grants search engine for nonprofits, categorized geographically, by grant interest and keywords.