Published monthly since 1978, Health Grants Information Letter identifies opportunities for federal, corporate and foundation support of healthcare.
The most successful healthcare providers this year will be those that continue to evolve to meet new demands, changing demographics, and new technology.
And in large measure, grants and gifts from the private sector - charitable foundations, company sponsored foundations - as well as federal government programs will fuel some of the changes ahead.
But some of the traditional sources of funds are drying up. And new funding programs and sources are emerging. One thing is for certain: you will have to work smarter to successfully obtain your fair share of grant funding for your organization.
That's why you need the new information you get in every issue of "Health Grants Information Letter." It's like a monthly briefing by your own private consultant. Now, more than ever, healthcare grantseekers must rely on information resources like "Health Grants Information Letter."
Why not take a moment now to subscribe to the nation's only information service which combines accurate reporting of grant news from federal health agencies, the major charitable foundations, and corporations?
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- Up-to-date information on the grant programs
- New grant program opportunities
- Health grant program priorities
- Foundation guidelines and profiles
- News on funding to develop or expand programs and services
- Funds for innovative demonstration programs
- "Seed Money" for new projects
- Community-based services
- Support for living-at-home
- Program planning efforts
- Funding for aging projects
- News of changing foundation health priorities and funding interests
- Details on trends in funding
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Our goal with "Health Grants Information Letter" is to help you grow your success in winning grants from all sources.
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