Obvious as these tips may seem, they are incredibly easy mistakes to make. Learn them to avoid them!
Learn the fascinating history of the freedom of information act, how to submit a FOIA request, and other important considerations.
As we think about the sacrifices Veterans (and their families) have made for us on this day, we want to share a few grant opportunities for organizations serving Vets.
We did the research so you don't have to. Check it out for a review of the top 10 databases, plus our final recommendation.
Before you start a non-profit, have you considered partnering with one that already exists? In this post, learn the benefits of fiscal sponsorship.
What do you do when the funder says their grant program is 'invite-only'? Check out these tips before giving up.
If you want a high success rate writing grants and to not burn out, it is critical to learn how to avoid last minute pursuits. Here is our advice when you navigate sticky situations.
If you want to increase your success rate writing grant proposals that win, you must decide which grants are worth applying or not.
Bold statement, but how your kick-off goes is a good indicator of how the rest of your grant pursuit will go. Learn how to run a fabulous kick-off meeting.
Lots of people want to explore their curiosity about grant writing. We wrote this book to introduce you to the fundamentals of grant writing.
For every single grant we seriously consider, we insist on knowing the applicant success rate. Check out this post for the other two must do calculations before applying.
If you are looking at Private Foundations for grants, you MUST know how to research their grant giving history. There's a wealth of information in the 990-forms!
Cookie cutter letters of support are terrible! Learn how step by step approach to receiving diverse and compelling letters of support.
Even as pros, it can be overwhelming starting a new grant application. This post shares our best tips for learning to write your first draft of a grant narrative quickly and fearlessly.