Updated: Jun 4, 2021
Want to apply for a grant? Don't be intimidated and don't be deterred. You've got this!
I've know countless accomplished, smart, and articulate nonprofit professionals who shy away from grants. "Oh no, I don't do grants!" they say emphatically, as they hunch their shoulders, shrink into themselves, and skulk away from grant opportunities. But I know it's in them, because I've heard them speak passionately and persuasively about the needs of their communities, about the injustices they see, the wrongs they want to right, and about the opportunities they want to seize to impact positive change. My argument to them is - yes, you can do grants! If you can speak it, then you can write it!
“My argument to them is - yes, you can do grants! If you can speak it, then you can write it!”
Follow my simple tips below, and you will be on your way to grant writing success.
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