Community Engagement Boosts Grant Success?
Hyper-involved nonprofits understand the challenges and hopes of the community. If your nonprofit needs more robust local connections, here are a few thoughts to consider.
Full-Cost Funding Progress at a Glacial Pace
Full-cost funding argues that by failing to cover indirect costs in grant-funded programs, grantmakers weaken the infrastructure of nonprofits and erode their capacity to fulfill their mission.
Do Your Part to Support Full-Cost Funding
If your nonprofit doesn’t have a handle on indirect costs, now is the time to get organized. You must understand your organization’s indirect costs, in order to calculate full-cost program budgets.
All We Want is a Little Respect!
In the field of fund development, grants don’t get a lot of respect.
Tackling the Nonprofit Conundrum
The strain of inadequate, insecure funding is exhausting and often sends nonprofits tilting at every windmill that might throw out a grant dollar.
Who'll Read Your Grant Proposal?
With such a huge range of possible readers, your grant proposal needs to communicate well to a diverse audience. Consider these types of readers: