Writing winning grants for your nonprofit could make or break your mission—not to make you feel pressured or anything. But the good news is that even if you’re just starting a nonprofit, grant writing is an acquired skill that you can easily learn or teach others. All you need are the right resources to make your nonprofit’s bid for a grant successful.
Start by reading up on what trustees and evaluators like and dislike in a nonprofit grant application. You might be surprised to read some of their preferences about how you describe your nonprofit and its programs.
Learn four practical steps to successful nonprofit grant writing in the article linked below.
Four Helpful Tips for Writing a Grant Proposal [Palmetto Grant Consulting]