Most days I’m “The Multi-Tasking Masochist.” It’s as if I’m buried under a heap of boulders, but then you hear my muffled voice say, “Just one more rock.”
An introduction to the three most common sources of grants for your nonprofit organizations: foundations, corporations, and government agencies.
In an earlier post, I wrote about the six most common types of grant awards. Here are nine less common – but nevertheless powerful – awards that may be great for your organization.
An introduction to the six most common type of grant awards: operating grants, program and project grants, capacity building grants, capital grants, endowment grants, and matching grants.
Where grant writing can get exciting, even fun, is in the particulars—in that space where you get to convey your passion and vision and plan in ways that make a grantmaker take notice. But it’s helpful to have an idea of what lies ahead. With that in mind, here are the 11 basic steps you can expect to take on your journey toward grant funding.
I’m pulling back the veil. Here are the the 10 places I ALWAYS visit first to find potential funders for my clients. I obviously can’t guarantee that you’ll find what you’re looking for there. But I have a hunch this post will make feel encouraged, more equipped, and more confident!