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The St. Louis Regional Chapter serves the St. Louis metropolitan region, and welcomes grant professionals from Missouri and Illinois beyond the metro area. As part of a national professional membership organization, we enthusiastically support the mission to build and support an international community of grant professionals committed to serving the greater public good by practicing the highest ethical and professional standards.  Our members represent every level and every sector of the grants field.

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Becoming a member of the St. Louis Regional Chapter gives you access to special benefits, such as:

  • Reduced member pricing to attend monthly professional development events and other chapter-sponsored events;

  • Access to grant writing resources and a peer network of local grant professionals;

  • Voting rights on chapter business including officer elections;

  • An opportunity to receive a chapter-sponsored scholarship to attend the GPA National Conference; and

  • An invitation to our annual holiday luncheon for members.

Our monthly professional development events are designed to inform and enhance the performance of grant professionals.


Our meetings are open to both GPA members and non-members, and are typically held on the first Tuesday of each month from January through June and from September through December (no meetings in July and August).

To become a member of the St. Louis Regional Chapter of GPA, you must first join as a member of the national Grant Professionals Association.

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Board members are self-nominated and approved by a vote of the chapter members annually. To be eligible for board membership, you must be a member in good standing with both GPA National and the St. Louis Regional Chapter. Self-nominations are requested in the Fall (October/November) for board service during the following year.

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