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7 Tips for Writing an Exceptional Grant Report

7 Tips for Writing an Exceptional Grant Report

The end of the year is rapidly approaching. For most nonprofit staff with development responsibilities, that means two things – year end giving appeals and year end grant reports. Some funders are very precise with their reporting requirements. They provide you with a...
Outcome Measures – Using Data to Tell Your Story

Outcome Measures – Using Data to Tell Your Story

One of the most important questions for a nonprofit to be able to answer well is, “What is the impact of your organization?” The question comes from donors, funders, and community partners. While stories about individual clients served may tug at the heartstrings,...
Building Relationships with Funders Outside of Grant Applications

Building Relationships with Funders Outside of Grant Applications

In our last blog post, The Seven Steps of Effective Grant Writing, we talked about the importance of building relationships with funders throughout the grant writing process. This includes reaching out to grant officers while you are writing grants and keeping in...
The Seven Steps of Effective Grant Writing

The Seven Steps of Effective Grant Writing

Many nonprofit organizations have members of their staff or contractors who assist with grant writing. The position title implies that writing grants consumes the majority of time for this position. In reality, grant writing is a 7-step process, and steps 2-7 are on a...
Grant Writing is a Team Sport

Grant Writing is a Team Sport

Grant writing sometimes feels like a lonely and repetitive role at an organization. On the surface, writing a grant isn’t a fundamentally difficult task – it’s simply presenting a problem, and your organization’s solution to that problem. However, telling that story...