Whether you’ve been grant writing for decades or are a first timer, the emotions that come with completing grant applications can be pretty tumultuous. Although experience is always a great teacher, many organizations do not have the resources to ‘test out’ or practice their grant writing skills.
Most of us probably relate to the feeling that 2020 was an extremely odd and turbulent year. Looking ahead to the new year, focusing on the possibilities that lay ahead, is a welcomed change of pace.
Lights… Cameras… Christmas! The holiday season is finally here (albeit, likely very different than past years’ celebrations).
We are working in times never known before in modern history. Even for those who are used to working remotely, Covid-19 has changed the way we think and go about our daily work routines.
Non-profit organizations across Canada have been some of the hardest hit by Covid-19; yet in these times of need, reliance on the NPO sector has never been so great.
So you have done the necessary research for your campaign and identified what looks to be some great Funders.
We’re often asked the question of how much money to ask from a Foundation. I’d love to tell you this is a simple yes or no answer, but the reality is…
Successful grant writing should always begin with thorough research. The research that you do will undoubtedly be time consuming for you, but take heart.
“It’s all about establishing and maintaining relationships” Really? Could it be that simple? Well, probably not quite that simple, but it most certainly stands to reason…