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To help local agencies and nonprofits find funding for community development, CD Publications, publisher of Community Development Digest, is giving away our downloadable Housing & Community Development Grantseekers Guide -- an $89 value.

There is no purchase required -- simply register for free access to any of our online grant and news services and then download the directory. Its user-friendly index lists scores of funders, with an emphasis on those with broader geographic eligibility.

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CLICK BELOW TO REGISTER FOR FREE ACCESS TO ANY OF OUR NEWS SERVICES AND TO DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE DIRECTORY NOW!

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