Grant writing can be overwhelming for busy non-profit or school staff:
- Where do I even start?
- Where do I go to look for grants?
- How do I know if a grant is a good fit?
- What goes into an application?
Let me take some of the weight off your shoulders by guiding you through the grant writing and implementation cycle. My years of experience and learning the hard way can make your life much easier by giving you a head start on the process.
I’ve developed some killer strategies over the years. And I’m willing to share.
I can help you with grants in several ways:
- Grant writing professional development – basic and advanced training
- Strategic planning sessions to develop a mission, vision, and timeline for grant applications
- Grant proposal editing and proofreading
- External evaluation of grant programs
I still provide grant writing services as well, but for a very limited number of clients. Feel free to check my availability if:
- Your organization has had a 501(c)(3) status for more than two years,
- You have an operating budget of at least $200,000,
- Your programs are already operating and serving clients, AND
- You have several diverse sources of funding.
I have experience writing federal, state, and local foundation grants and tax credit programs. My work since 2005 has provided over $3.2 million for public and private schools and non-profits such as libraries, a food pantry, and community health clinics. I conduct grant training sessions and offer practical, actionable steps that can be implemented immediately. I’ve also served as an external evaluator for federal grant programs.