How do I Find a Grant Consultant?

GPA National maintains a Consultant Directory of registered Grant Professionals. This directory is available to help you find someone who could assist you with your need for finding, writing, researching, or managing a grant. The search defaults to searching by a specific category as well as area. To change this search clear the check marks on the appropriate criteria. Should you have any questions or problems, please contact GPA Headquarters at staff@grantprofessionals.org.

What Publications Are Available?

Members have access to the GPA Journal, Strategy Papers and GPA Grant News.  Please follow this link for more information.

How Can I View GPA Webinars?

GPA members have free access to live and on-demand (recorded classes) webinars on a variety of grant related topics.  Non-members may view webinars for a cost of $30 per webinar.

How Do I Become a Certified Grant Professional?

The GPCISM  (Grant Professionals Certification Institute) believes that it is essential for the nonprofit community, as well as the community-at-large, to understand the role grant professionals play in the overall health and/or benefit of the organization, and the power it has over the outcomes of its fund seeking. The GPC Exam is a one-of-a-kind credentialing process that includes the candidate’s experience in the grants field, a multiple choice test, and a writing exercise.

Is There a Grant Professionals Foundation?

Yes.  The Foundation supports conferences and ongoing professional development and scholarships offered by various chapters.  To donate, go to grantprofessionalsfoundation.org.


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