- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
Our affordable packages start from just $999 and depending on your requirements, we can come up with a custom package for you as well. The best part is we have monthly promotions and discount coupons are given to us to make sure that we can offer our clients the best solutions at the best prices!
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
THE GRANT WRITING PROCESS 1. GRANT PROSPECT RESEARCH This is generally the first step, unless your organization can provide me with pre-determined grant opportunities. Otherwise, we’ll spend a few hours searching through the fee-based databases to which we subscribe. We’ll produce a list of great prospects for your organization. 2. FIRST CONTACT Next, we reach out to foundations that publish their phone number or email address. We discuss whether your nonprofit is a good fit with the Grantmaker and clarify any questions we have. Some foundations specifically say, “Don’t contact us,” so of course we’ll honor that request when necessary. 3. RESEARCH AND DISCUSSION This is the bulk of the work of a grant writer when it comes to basic steps of the grant writing process. We’ll interview the key people involved in the project. We’ll ask lots of questions to gain a full understanding of the project, and we’ll do some research about the problem(s) the project solves. 4. WRITE AND SUBMIT Then, we’ll put together the application material the foundation requests. This may be a short letter, an online application, a five-page narrative, etc. We ask our clients to read over this product when we’re finished. They can then make changes and approve it before submission. 5. FOLLOW UP We often follow up with a foundation after a rejection, providing them with more information. If the foundation awards a grant, we’ll work on a grant report that shows how your nonprofit spent the grant award money. In each case, we discuss with our clients how to best handle these tasks when they arise. This is the final part of basic steps of the grant writing process.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
We have about 45 Developers and designers and around 100 Content/Grant/ Business Plan writers who are well versed with their job roles and responsibilities and are capable of working and developing across all platforms and programming languages.