San Antonio, El Paso, and Huntsville Find and Win Grant Funding with eCivis Grants Network

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eCivis Grants Network Partners with San Antonio, El Paso, and Huntsville to find and win grant funding

Utilization of
eCivis is one of the catalysts that has allowed us to move forward aggressively
to meet our goals and objectives.

-Sally Basurto, City of San Antonio, TX

eCivis provides subscribers with a research database packed with thousands of grant opportunities summarized by a dedicated team. With eCivis grants management software, customers can also manage grants to stay on top of deadlines and have access to articles on grant writing strategies to build their team’s expertise. eCivis does the preliminary work so organizations can focus on writing winning proposals.

eCivis has 35 clients in Texas who use Grants Network as a go-to grants center. Texas clients include the following cities, counties and nonprofit/academic institutions:

  •     Large cities: Brownsville, El Paso, McAllen, San Antonio
  •     Small cities: Deer Park, Huntsville, Liberty, Seguin
  •     Counties: Bexar, Cameron, Galveston, Williamson
  •     Other: Del Mar Community College, Project Mend, Tarranty County College District

In one success story, the City of McAllen used the grant database to win the $10,000 JP Morgan Chase Foundation Grant (among others), which helped provide geometry and art workshops with the Edinburg Consolidated Independent School District. Read about a number of other successfully funded projects on eCivis' Funded Projects page.

Times are tough and budgets are even tougher. But keep in mind that the average return on investment for Grants Network is $85-$150 for every dollar invested. How does this work? eCivis does the research so that organizations can focus on writing effective proposals and bringing in more streams of funding. Calculate your ROI to learn just how much money your organization save by subscribing to eCivis.

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