GrantGopher.com Launches Free Available Grant Database to Connect Nonprofits with Funding Resources

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GrantGopher.com announces the launch of the nation's first free available grant database, cataloging newly released grant announcements across all funding areas.

We are so proud to offer this resource to everyone searching for grants. This is long overdue

In a world filled with grant scam websites and outdated, static research databases, GrantGopher.com proudly announces the launch of its free grant search database. The information is updated daily, with newly announced grant programs entered and expired announcements removed.

Users can create a free account which includes a customizable home page, grant writing and fundraising information, in addition to the database. "We are so proud to offer this resource to everyone searching for grants. This is long overdue," said Rachel Unell, CEO and developer of GrantGopher.com. "Our visitors can be confident that they are receiving up-to-date information and notification of grant programs they might not have known about otherwise."

This service is offered to anyone interested in finding grant funding. While there are fewer grants available for individuals or small businesses, GrantGopher.com does incorporate them in the database. Grant awards range from $300 into the millions, and are included from every source available, including community, family, and corporate foundations, as well as departments of local, county, state and federal government agencies.

Visitors are welcome to go to grantgopher.com and conduct a preliminary search for available grants.

About: Grant Gopher is a division of Accounting For Success, Inc. Founded in 1998, the company provides free and fee-based consulting and accounting services to nonprofits, small businesses and individuals.

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