by Cynthia M. Adams, CEO, GrantStation.com
The number one reason people give for not applying for a particular grant is that they don't have the time. And it's probably true.
In this series, I'm going to share with you some of the tricks of the trade. We will cover everything from big picture thinking and how it can drive your grantseeking efforts, to how to use volunteers effectively (when it's a help and when it's a hindrance). These "tricks" should help you organize your approach to grantseeking by teaching you how to create the time to do the job and do it well.
- To actively and accurately recognize barriers
- To identify and embrace new tools, resources, and ways of working
- To establish a solid grantseeking program for your organization