eCivis Announces Oklahoma Programs in Grants Database

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eCivis announces the addition of Oklahoma grant programs in its Grants Network: Research database.

eCivis, the nation's leader in online grants information and grants management, announced today that it has added federal, state, and foundation programs to its Grants Network: Research database for Oklahoma grant seekers. eCivis welcomes its new Oklahoma customers and extends its product and service offerings to prospective users in the state.

Team-researched Oklahoma program summaries include the following:

  •     Economic Development Pooled Finance Program: Self-Financing Projects
  •     Services, Training, Officers, Prosecutors (STOP) Violence Against Women Act (VAMA) Grant
  •     Oklahoma Humanities Council: Opportunity Grants
  •     Kirkpatrick Foundation Grants
  •     Impact Oklahoma Grant Program
  •     Oklahoma City Community Foundation: Literacy Is for Everyone (LIFE) Initiative

Some of the Oklahoma customers who use Grants Network include:

  •     City of Choctaw
  •     City of Durant
  •     City of Frederick
  •     Midwest City
  •     Osage Nation tribe
  •     City of Tulsa
  •     Neighbors Building Neighborhoods of Muskogee

The eCivis Grants Network is an enterprise-wide, web-based grants management software solution that consists of three industry-leading products—a database of researched funding opportunities, a grants management system for tracking and reporting, and an online learning hub for improving internal grant processes and procedures.

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eCivis Grants Network is the nation's leading grants management solution and the ideal platform for improving grants performance for local governments and community-based organizations. For more information about eCivis, visit

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