How to Use

Looking for information on how to apply for grants? You should read!

The premier newspaper for nonprofit and business leaders with information on grants, grant writing, business, nonprofits, and crowdfunding.

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Why is About Us significant? If you would like to contribute one of your articles to the newspaper, just sign up as a writer and start your article (We call that a pitch.) You will then get a response from the editor at, within one business day.

Next, Grants FAQ Blog is’ own blog! Here, you’ll find articles about the need of writers for the newspaper. We are always looking for nonprofits or businesses to feature.

Then, there is Grant Writing. Here, you’ll come across articles that may help you write a grant or get a grant writer from (a sister-site of Most recently, you can learn how to search grants on, the anchor company for both GrantWriterTeam and

In Grants for Nonprofits, learn about the many categories in which grants are listed at as well as featured nonprofits or foundations. Here, you’ll find a wide variety of topics such as grants for aging/seniors, health, libraries, technology, and more.

In Grants for Small Business, pick up on business tips and check out available grants from, (another sister-site of Here, learn what to do as a startup or entrepreneur.

Personal Grants is a tab that takes you to articles about grants or stories about individuals or organizations pertinent to the nonprofit community. This tab could be useful for someone looking for a funding source or crowdfunding.

Grants Awarded is a list of articles by individuals or organizations that have sought relevant funding through It also contains a feed of funding trends from PRNewswire that informs of the latest grants that have been awarded.

The Grants Calendar is a list of the latest grants available at GrantWatch. Look here for grants due the same month.

In the Crowdfunding tab, learn all about how to start and promote your crowdfunding campaign. Learn about featured crowdfunding projects and more.

Contact Us is an online form that allows you to contact the editor of with any questions or inquiries you may have. Use this if you are a prospective writer or organization interested in being featured at

Finally, Archived is a list of articles that have been archived because they contain information about grants that are passed due.

Now, you know how is organized and you should be comfortable navigating the website. Learn how to search for grants, apply for grants, and crowdfunding; Learn about featured nonprofits, foundations, small businesses and more!

So You Want FREE Publicity? is where nonprofits and small businesses can showcase their cause. They can discuss their programs and how they operate. The goal is to illustrate a replicable program so that someone in another state can do the same kind of work.

The Process

For example, if you have a program that benefits at-risk youth, you might first go to our sister-site, and subscribe to a paid plan. Then, you’d find grants that are relevant to you (under Youth/Out-of-School Youth) and solicit a grant writer from The grant writer will help you write your grant. Finally, you would write about your program(s) at

Your Programming

In your article, discuss what a community in another state can model after you. Describe your target community and your programs. Possibly, an individual or group in another state will be inspired by your story and try the same type of work. If you are unable to write the article yourself, please ask for our copywriter and editor. They will be able to write for you.


In your article, you might decide to talk about the grants you are interested in, how you prepared to apply and any pointers you would bestow upon others. We have had professional grant writers write for us and explain how to succeed in the grant writing process.

Crowdfunders is a unique platform. Our online newspaper is dedicated solely to articles about the nonprofit and small business world, the grant application process and crowdunding. is also a place for crowdfunders to share their efforts. If you put up a project on our sister-site, Uhelpfund, you should write an article about why you are trying to raise money.

Your project will be launched to our social media platforms, and your article will, as well. You will also have an additional link to share with potential contributors to tell them about your campaign.

Small Businesses is known as the premier newspaper for nonprofit and business leaders. So, it also accepts stories from small businesses. Share your start-up story or what you do and how you fund your business through grants. There are unique things that should be included in a small business grant application, that you can expound upon.

How to Start

Just sign up as a writer here: Writer Sign Up. Then, start an article. Once you’ve planned your article, save and then PITCH your article. Remember, you have to open the article again in order to pitch it. Once you’ve pitched your story, will be in touch with you within one business day.


Write for Looking for Writers and Journalists

Libby Hikind, the Founder and CEO of, and five other grant websites, was once a young aspiring writer. Libby was given the opportunity to start her writing career by a local newspaper that welcomed her first press release and feature article.


According to Ms. Hikind, she got her start in the 1980s with a class assignment while working towards her Educational Administration and Supervision Post Graduate degree at Brooklyn College. The assignment was to write an original press release about a program or activity at a school.

Libby wrote her press release about a Science Fair hosted by Isaac Bildersee Middel School, where she taught at the time, and submitted it to Nat Rothman, the school principal, for his approval. Seeing Libby’s potential and ambition, Mr. Rothman helped Libby revise her press release in keeping with the school culture. Libby submitted it to The Canarsie Courier and the Science Fair's attendance was exceptional.

Her next Brooklyn College assignment was a full article with a byline. When NYC Council Member Herbert Berman addressed her Brooklyn College Politics in Education class, Libby took copious notes and, fueled with enthusiam, wrote a feature article for The Canarsie Courier. The editor at the paper, Charles Rogers (known as “Chuck”), then became her mentor.  Libby recounts, “I’ll always remember how my hands shook when I went to buy multiple copies of the newspaper with my byline! I want to give this same opportunity to others, just as it was given to me.” 

Writers, the premier newspaper for nonprofit and business leaders, is looking for new writers who currently work for nonprofits or small businesses and/or are willing to interview executives.  According to Libby Hikind, “We are accepting articles about local replicable programs that benefit the community and can be modeled in other communities across the globe.”

Writers should include:

•             The trials and tribulations,

•             The impetus for starting the nonprofit or small business, and

•             The successes that will encourage other nonprofit leaders to carry it forward.

The newspaper is also looking for writers who can provide social media, crowdfunding or fundraising "How-To" articles for nonprofit and small-business executives.

To write for, complete the free sign-up page and pitch an article with some guiding questions.  Writers won’t have to wait long to find out if their pitch is accepted; approval is usually sent within 24 hours. We want the writers writing!  We publish new articles daily and writers will easily be able to share their article through their own social media outlets.