Your nonprofit organization could be missing an opportunity to receive thousands of dollars in grant money. Over $500 billion dollars in funds go untouched every year.
Without money, nonprofits cannot exist. They need the financial support that grant money can offer.
A grant writer is a connection between the “funder,” (agency who has money) and “fundee,” (organization receiving the funds.)
There are many ways to receive this money like state, local and federal agencies, or private foundations. But most people don’t know where to look, or how to begin finding these funds.
Hiring a professional grant writer, with the ability to write proposals, can save you hours of reading, writing and research. They will match your organization to the right funder and write a winning proposal, helping you to tap into resources available to your nonprofit.