Partners, Friends, & Resources

These wonderful organizations are aligned with my commitment to create a world that works for everyone. They empower their members by providing information and services that promote conditions for liveable, compassionate, sustainable communities. I encourage you to check out what they’re up to.

If you share Grant Writing Revealed’s vision and would like to be listed as a partner, friend or resource and share our resources with your community/network please get in touch with me.

Center for Transformative Action

The Center for Transformative Action (CTA) helps to create communities that work for everyone. We do this by providing fiscal sponsorship to innovative social change agents in New York State, as well as financial, human resources, and grants management services. CTA is an educational non-profit organization affiliated with Cornell University.

Cornell Cooperative Extension Tompkins County

Cooperative Extension Tompkins County puts a wealth of useful, research-based information at your finger tips!  In addition to what you’ll find here on our website, we offer free or low-cost workshops on topics that range from how to start an organic garden to making a home spending plan. Explore our links, check out our upcoming events, then give us a call or visit the CCE-Tompkins Education Center to learn more.  We’re here to help, with information — and people — you can trust!


Grant Station, Inc. (GrantStation) offers nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, and government agencies the opportunity to identify potential funding sources for their programs or projects as well as resources to mentor these organizations through the grantseeking process.


Grant Professionals Association

The Grant Professionals Association is a great resource for anyone in the grants field. It is the premier membership organization of grant professionals. GPA helps you do your job better whether you work in education, government, the nonprofit sector or private enterprise. If you have an interest in and commitment to the grants profession and the philanthropic community we serve, GPA is for you. Learn of the benefits of membership. 

Non-Profits 101

Nonprofits101 is a companion resource to the new book, Nonprofit Management 101: A Complete and Practical Guide for Leaders and Professionals, the comprehensive handbook that features actionable insights from fifty leading practitioners. Are you new to the nonprofit sector or looking to expand your expertise? This website delivers practical insights and easy to implement solutions for professionals and organizations seeking to meet mission and maximize impact. Think of it as your compass for the social sector.

PURE Projects

We incubate, catalyze and support Pure Projects, which use creativity and innovation to advance a common good in the world. A Pure Project can be a company, foundation, NGO, event, art installation, and beyond that share a common purpose and are guided by set of principles that seek harmony with all life.


PURE (pyʊər) –adv, adj: a state of being where we are all one.

PUREPROJECT (pyʊər proʒɛkt) – n: a project that uses creativity to advance a common good in the world.

Creativity – the process of having original ideas that have value.


Social Media for Nonprofits

Social Media for Nonprofits is the world’s only conference series dedicated to social media for social good and to date has earned a 92% approval rating from over 2,500 nonprofit leaders across the USA. Instead of abstract concepts and theory, our focus is on sharing practical tips and tools for fundraising, marketing, and advocacy with nonprofit decision-makers.



Since 2005, StartingBloc has been training the next generation of leaders on how to do well and do good. The StartingBloc Fellowship begins with the Institute for Social Innovation. This transformative five-day experience is rooted in a blended-value curriculum and presents a Social Innovation Case (SIC) challenge, as well as sessions with industry leaders. Upon completing the Institute, new Fellows join our global network of 1,800 StartingBloc Fellows from over 55 countries and more than 221 universities.


Tony Martignetti’s Non-Profit Radio Show

Compliance. Board relations. Fundraising. Technology. Volunteer management. Accounting. Finance. Marketing. Social media. Investments. Every nonprofit faces these issues and big nonprofits have experts in each. Small and medium size nonprofits have Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio. Trusted experts throughout the country join Tony to take on the tough issues facing your organization.