Hello group!I am interesting in hearing from you about your experiences of the good, the bad, and the ugly related to leadership and nonprofit grant seeking.How do you feel your leadership supports…Continue
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Innovation is “the introduction of something new” or “a new idea, method, or device.” In the nonprofit sector, innovations take the form of new service delivery models, devices (such as medical equipment or adaptive equipment for people with disabilities), management methods, strategies,…Continue
As a grant writer, you may wonder why I’m writing a blog about infographics. Aren’t those the things you see on Pinterest? Why should grant writers care?
Infographics are a ubiquitous communication tool, and they’ve been used for years (think about your nightly weather report on TV). Let’s look at a recent example: the Giving USA 2013 Highlights. I’m a particularly big fan of the following element from page 1 of the…Continue
Linda Butler’s last blog, “Are You Grant-Ready?” addressed an essential concept in grant seeking: there’s much more to getting grants than just writing beautiful copy. Grant makers generally care about four elements when they consider investing in a nonprofit.