What Is A Grant?...New Video Reveals Answer and Why so Many People Want to Know

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Inquiring minds really want to know “what is a grant?” and this new video provides a pithy answer that is fun to watch and easy to understand in just over one-minute. The video also runs through a quick list of what a grant cannot be used for which may surprise many.

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The reality is a lot of people are very curious about grants. Many have seen some late night commercial and heard others talk about it and simply want a piece of the pie for themselves.

What Is A Grant?” This is a question 13,600,000 people ask every month as they search the internet, according to Google key word tools.

Grant Central USA has decided to shed a little light on this matter by producing a short one minute video to address this pressing question.

The “What Is A Grant” video was released on YouTube on August 5, 2012 and seeks to clarify a few common misconceptions about grant money. “The reality is a lot of people are very curious about grants. Many have seen some late night commercial and heard others talk about it and simply want a piece of the pie for themselves. However, grants just don’t work that way,” says Rodney Walker, President of Grant Central USA.

He and his team trains and helps thousands of people annually write more effective grant proposals. They are often asked by curious people the question of what is a grant and who qualifies for a grant? The brief snappy video cuts to the chase and reveals what a grant cannot be used for and those who are most likely to receive one.

Most people are surprised to learn 501c3 nonprofit charitable organizations (i.e. schools, social service agencies and hospitals) are the primary recipients of grants. However, Walker says another very common question people ask immediately after learning this fact is, “How can I become a 501c3 nonprofit?” It just goes to show, everyone wants a piece of the pie.

Watch the "What Is A Grant?” video now at youtu.be/8BMT8nYCxFY or learn more about grants at GrantWritingOnlineCourse.com. Sign-up today for the free e-course in grant writing or call 1.888.293.0284 for more details.

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