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Rachael Woody Partners with Lucidea to Release a Comprehensive Grant Directory and Grant Writing Workbook (free resource).

04 Jan 2021 12:49 PM | Alisha Babbstein (Administrator)

To solve for these LAM grant resource gaps Rachael Woody of Rachael Cristine Consulting LLC has teamed up with Lucidea to provide a one-stop-shop to get the majority of your grant needs met. To supplement Woody's book published by Lucidea Press, A Survivor’s Guide to Museum Grant Writing, Lucidea’s Think Clearly Blog posts, and suite of webinars, we’ve created a LAM grant toolkit. It provides a comprehensive grant database spanning Libraries, Archives, and Museums with opportunities in the United States and Canada. The database allows users to quickly drill-down to see the opportunities that best match their needs for specifications such as: deadline, award range, and grant project theme—the three most important things you need to know to determine if the grant opportunity is a good fit for you. The goal of this database is to give you all the basic information you need up front without wasting time going to each grant website and searching out the fractured information.

LAM Grant Directory
We invite you to check out our brand new grant directory here: https://lucidea.com/grants-directory/. This directory will be periodically updated so please feel free to send in any national grant opportunities we may have missed, as well as share any feedback to help us make this an even better resource for everyone.

And That’s Not All…
The LAM Grant Workbook

We’ve crafted a LAM grant workbook that introduces you to every typical grant application field and provides four grant application templates. The workbook is designed to guide you through each area of the application, outline what content is needed in order to be successful, and inspire you with four plug-and-play project frameworks.

You can view and download a copy of the grant workbook here: https://lucidea.com/grants-directory/grants-workbook-and-templates/


Ask Me Anything About Grants Webinar

To celebrate the launch of this new resource, Woody is hosting a free Ask Me Anything event with Lucidea on January 27, 2021 @11:00AM Pacific. Details can be found via the registration page: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/8180471375768487184


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