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Grants Awarded won by our writers recently:

Congratulations to Paul12!
Funding Source: Wells Fargo Foundation
Date Awarded: September 10, 2015
Amount Awarded: $1,000
GrantWriterTeam.com Project#: 06032015D
Sharing Down Syndrome Arizona provides support services to parents of children with Down syndrome. Monies received will directly support families services.
$1000 to support outreach services
Congratulations to Paul12!
Funding Source: Wal Mart Foundation
Date Awarded: September 11, 2015
Amount Awarded: $1,000
GrantWriterTeam.com Project#: 06032015D
Sharing Down Syndrome Arizona provides a world with equal rights and opportunities for all people who have Down syndrome. Funds will be used to provide outreach services to families with children with Down syndrome.
$1000 awarded to Sharing Down Syndrome Arizona!
Congratulations to Kimberly5!
Funding Source: New York City Department of Education
Date Awarded: July 30, 2014
Amount Awarded: $1,078,059
GrantWriterTeam.com Project#: 05052014B
Yeshiva Karlin Stolin’s UPK program will focus on increasing school readiness for all children, placing these students on a sustained path towards college and career readiness. All services will fully conform to the City of New York’s: 1) Instr...
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Congratulations to Kimberly5!
Funding Source: New York City Deparrment of Education
Date Awarded: March 13, 2015
Amount Awarded: $320,000
GrantWriterTeam.com Project#: 12092014A
Sweet Home Day care Center, Inc.'s vision is to operate an exemplary, nurturing and empowering UPK program that completely supports the PKFCC and the DOE's College and Career Readiness Agenda. In preparing all children for success in elementary sch...
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Congratulations to Nicole2!
Funding Source: Huntington Arts Council
Date Awarded: March 16, 2015
Amount Awarded: $3,382
GrantWriterTeam.com Project#: 10202014A
This funding helps to cover a portion of the Women of a New Tribe project, a photography exhibit featuring portraits of African American women which highlight their myriad achievements. Its purpose is to celebrate the beauty of African American wome...
This grant is one of several awards made through the Huntington Arts Council, this year.
Congratulations to Nicole2!
Funding Source: First Solar Corporate Charitable Fund of the Toledo Community Foundation
Date Awarded: March 1, 2015
Amount Awarded: $23,120
GrantWriterTeam.com Project#: 02142014B
This grant will fund about half of the cost of the installation on a school in Usa River, Tanzania.
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Congratulations to Nicole2!
Funding Source: Pollination Project
Date Awarded: March 16, 2015
Amount Awarded: $1,000
GrantWriterTeam.com Project#: 09262014D
This project will educate young mothers abut maintaining their health and the health of the baby. Childbirth education, nutrition, and breastfeeding will all be covered. This funding covers needed tools for the launch of the program.
Pollination awards grants monthly. EDGE was awarded a grant in the month of March.
Congratulations to Nicole2!
Funding Source: Charitable Foundation for the Energy Bar Association
Date Awarded: January 25, 2015
Amount Awarded: $10,000
GrantWriterTeam.com Project#: 02142014B
This grant funded a large remainder of the budget needed to perform the installation in Carcasse, Haiti. This rural community will know have an electrified school and health clinic.
GSI was one of very few awarded grants available.
Congratulations to Nicole2!
Funding Source: Coloumbe Foundation
Date Awarded: October 16, 2014
Amount Awarded: $10,000
GrantWriterTeam.com Project#: 02142014B
This award funded half of a solar electrical system installation in a rural community in Haiti. This installation will make schooling more effective and medical care more accessible.
GSI was one of several awards this year.