Friday, May 28, 2010
Two Great Opportunities for Grant Writing Resources Are Slipping Away
First, the opportunity to become a member at GrantGoddess.com for the early-bird membership rate of $9.99 per month (or $99.99 per year) ends on Monday. Beginning June 1st, the membership price will go up to $19.99 per month (or $199.99 per year). It's a bargain at the regular rate, but why miss this great chance to lock in the reduced pri9ce forever?
Members get unlimited access to articles, webinars, videos, and other resources on grant writing, grant seeking, program evaluation, and non-profit development. This summer, we'll be offering our first, full-blown online grant writing course, and members will get the first chance at registration and a dramatically decreased registration fee. Go to the member information page to get more information and to sign up before June 1st.
As if that's not enough, if you become a member between today and 11:59 p.m. on May 31st, I'll also give you a FREE copy of my book, 101 Tips for Aspiring Grant Writers! If you live within the United States, I'll pay for shipping, too!
And here's another opportunity --- If you go to our Grant Goddess Facebook page and click on the "Like" button at the top of the page by midnight tonight (5/28), you'll have a chance to win of TEN free books I'll be giving away! Tomorrow morning, I'll be randomly selecting 10 friends/fans from that page and contacting them to send them a free 101 Tips for Aspiring Grant Writers book! If they live in the U.S., shipping will be free, too.
Our Grant Goddess Facebook page focuses on electronic and multimedia resources for grant writing. We post grant tips, sources, inspiration, and other interesting tidbits. It's 100% free and it's focused on providing information, not selling anything.
So, act now to take advantage of these two great opportunities before they slip away forever.
About Creative Resources & Research
- Grant Goddess
- Woodland, CA, United States
- Creative Resources and Research is a consulting firm specializing in grant writing, grant seeking, program evaluation and professional development training. We have worked with hundreds of clients including public and private schools, school districts, universities, non-profit organizations, and social service agencies throughout California, securing over $155 million from federal, state and private foundation funding sources over the past decade. Our primary grant writers and program evaluators have over 50 years of combined experience in the education and social services fields. At CRR we prefer a personal approach to the clients we work with; by developing long term relationships, we are better suited to match client’s needs with available funding sources. We provide a variety of services to help assist you, including grant writing, evaluation consulting, professional development opportunities, and workshops.