In response to the immense needs created by the COVID-19 pandemic, a resulting economic downturn, and a period of social unrest, GrantWatch has been adding related grants at a record pace to support impacted communities, for-profit and nonprofit businesses.
On July 30, 2020, GrantWatch CEO Libby Hikind joined WPTV‘s host Michelle to speak about grant funding opportunities for struggling businesses and nonprofit organizations. Libby described the ease with which people seeking grants can navigate GrantWatch.com, tips on the best ways to find funding for their specific needs, and the wide variety of funding sources that are currently offering grants.
As of today, there are 5,785 accepting grant applications. Tomorrow, this number will change because our grant researchers are adding new grants each day.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, donors and grant funders have responded by increasing their charitable and philanthropic giving. According to one report, there has been a 46% increase in dollars granted compared to the same period last year. And, Libby and her team have curated a list of these grants on the “leading grant search engine of 2020“, (according to TopConsumerReviews.com.)
GrantWatch is dedicated to helping businesses and nonprofits survive the COVID-19 pandemic. To this end, we created a category specifically for Coronavirus COVID-19 Grants. We currently have 1,046 grants listed in that category. But do not neglect the other grant categories. We also have 1,744 grants for individuals and 1230 grants for small businesses. Start your search by entering your search term in the keyword search bar.
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We are delighted and encouraged to witness heightened levels of generosity from foundations, corporations, and donors. In addition to these grants, you will find local, state, federal, and government grants in our database.
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