Grant Safari Provides Financial Help For Non-Profits
It's help for the organizations who provide critical services to some of the most at risk people in our community.
During a time of scaled back budgets and cuts in funding, money for non-profits can be among the first agencies on the chopping block.
But there's still funding that's available, in fact since 2004 non-profits have secured over 8 million dollars through a program called E-Civis.
Today, the Nonprofit Center of North Central Florida hosted the Grant Safari to help over 60 organizations navigate the sometimes muddled waters of the grant application process.
In some cases getting a couple thousand dollars in grant money can mean the difference between maintaining services or shutting down.
The Grant Safari helped non profits in the areas of grant research, grant writing and E-Civis.
For more information on help for your organization visit Nonprofit Center Of North Central Florida.
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