For many nonprofit staffers, grant writing is like exercise. It’s difficult, it’s unfamiliar, but—darn it—you’ve got to do it. Without your efforts in nonprofit grant writing, your organization can’t fund the programs people in your community depend on. Still, acquiring grant writing skills takes time and effort. But if you make up your mind to transform into your nonprofit’s greatest asset in grant writing, your success will soar.
Set grant writing goals so that your nonprofit—and the people you serve—can depend on you to earn funding for their cause. For goal-setting advice that will increase your chances of writing winning grants, check out the following article.
Setting Your Grant Writing Goals for 2012 [The Grant Goddess Speaks]