Anyone can be grantable. There can be many bumps in the road along your grant searching journey that can derail you from knowing the truth about all there is for you. Let’s take a moment to refresh your perspective on just how doable grants can be.
If you’ve been keeping up with the grantable series, you know that this is the fourth part in a several part series. You have learned everything there is to know about:
- Grant purposes
- Financial needs
- Logic Models
- And more!
Now it’s time to remind you that this process isn’t just for people who know everything there is to know about grants—it’s for you, too. Becoming grantable doesn’t take anything extra special. Ask yourself these questions:
- Do I have a financial need that can make a difference?
- Do I have a clear understanding of what eligibility is?
- Do I know where to find grants?
If you can answer the first two questions, then you are already grantable! Finding grants can feel like the most difficult part of the process. That’s where grant research tools, like GrantsAlert, come into play. With access to new and featured grants and excellent resources to understand the grant space, you are well on your way to being grantable.
It doesn’t take a special person to be grantable. All it takes is someone with a passion for meeting a need and someone who understands where they come from and what need they are serving. You are already grantable. All it takes is action on your part. Now that you have the resources and tools to be grantable, you need to apply. It’s doable for anyone. It’s doable for you, too.