Fostering relationships with foundations is a huge part of the grant writing process. Here are four ways to look at grants from the other side and bolster those relationships.
If you’re thinking about starting a nonprofit and the plan is to use grants alone to get it funded—think again. So many first-timers think grants are the way to go as their main funding source.
There are several ways to get the grant from creating a relationship with the granting organization you’re working with, here are our favorites.
We asked five nonprofit leaders to dish out their secrets and grant writing best practices. Take these tidbits and watch the grant writing process take off.
Finding grants for your nonprofit organization is a lot like shopping for a pair of jeans. They come in all shapes and sizes and can be hard to find a fit. But alas, we’re here to help.
Even with the best intentions, sometimes foundations take actions that are counter to the outcome they – and their grantees – hope to achieve.
Large grants from the largest foundations seems like the answer to your prayers, right? Not quite, I say—as do The Fundraising Mythbusters.
March 14-18 is International Grant Professionals Week and today it culminates to International Grant Professionals Day (IGPD), a day dedicated to honoring the many hours that go into writing, making and seeking grant projects and proposals—a task that’s often done behind the scenes and not highlighted enough in the nonprofit sector.