January 23, 2017

As you research grant opportunities you’ll notice on many corporate foundations’ guidelines that they don’t fund “religious organizations”.  If your faith based organization has a 501c3 and you meet their other eligibility criteria, you can apply for funding as long as...

January 16, 2017

Keep it simple.  It doesn’t need to involve a team of attorneys.  If you partner on a grant, develop a MOU to spell out who is responsible for what and how much funding partners will receive (a percentage is best) once the fiscal agent receives the money.  Percentages...

January 9, 2017

Foundations prefer to fund organizations that partner with other nonprofits, businesses, schools, faith based agencies, and/or civic groups.   Develop those partnerships and plan grants together.   The nonprofit partner that has the most credibility in terms of longevi...

January 2, 2017

Typically, it takes between 90 – 180 days from the time you submit a grant proposal to receive a response.  And, no foundation wants to fund an organization with a deficit.  If your organization needs quick cash flow, do a fundraiser.  Or, invite me to come to your com...

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