Apache Junction, AZ
Learn how the City of Apache Junction saved over 15 hours per week researching grant opportunities.
Used eCivis' grant database to find relevant grant opportunities faster.
Department officials are able to have grant opportunities delivered directly to their inbox.
No more spending countless hours on research and trying to find the right grants!
Freed up time for the team to discuss funding opportunities and their most important project priorities for their communities.
The City of Apache Junction has a population of 35,840 and is named for the junction of the Apache Trail and U.S. Highway 60. This unique city had been using multiple sources to find grant funding opportunities but still struggled with time and resources. As a result, city administrators missed grant opportunities and spent excessive time researching and trying to find the right grants.
Then, one brave grants coordinator, Heather Patel, led the charge in helping the City reduce research time and missed grants opportunities. The City used the expansive eCivis Grants Network database to help them find targeted grant opportunities faster. Because of our heroine, Heather, she and her colleagues were able to scan daily emails for grant summaries and eligibility to determine whether to pursue an opportunity–in much less time.
Heather and the heroes of Apache Junction saved upwards of 15 hours per week researching grant opportunities.
Hours Saved Per Week
"eCivis provided an outlet for [Apache Junction] to see and find grants easily. The ability to search in one location reduced the research time and missed grant opportunities!"
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