Happy Thanksgiving: Giving Thanks to Our Grant Writers

Happy Thanksgiving: Giving Thanks to Our Grant Writers

We want to thank our Grant Writers that are dedicated to their clients and strive to produce the best work for them!

Communication

Our grant writers possess a great level of communication. Communication is essential between the grant writer and the client to ensure that both parties understand the work that is being done and how to move forward. This eliminates a lack of confusion when preparing the project’s works. 

Dedication

Our grant writers are dedicated to their clients and their work. They listen to what their clients need and transfer it into an excellent piece of work. 

They are dedicated to finding grants for their clients that they qualify for. Many of our grant writers utilize GrantWatch as a grant database to search for grants.

Furthermore, they are dedicated to creating long-lasting relationships with their clients. If the client would like to apply for more grants, the grant writer can add deliverables to the contract and can continue to work with their clients.

Problem Solvers

Our grant writers seek to solve any issues that may come along, so that their clients are satisfied with their work and the process with GrantWriterTeam. 

They can call GrantWriterTeam to discuss any technical issues that may occur, and together – we solve the problem in the best way possible.

Excellent Writers

Our grant writers are experienced writers and know how to appeal to the grantors. You may visit our success page to view the grant writing successes on GrantWriterTeam.

All of our grant writers have been awarded at least 3 grants that they have written, and this can be seen in the bids that clients receive on their request before accepting a grant writer’s bid.

At GrantWriterTeam, it is important for us to show our gratitude to the grant writers on the team for working well with their clients and producing exceptional pieces of work.

Thank you to all our grant writers for bidding on the grant writing projects and working to fulfill our grant seeker’s dreams.

Thank you to all our clients for working with our GrantWriterTeam and creating a pleasant atmosphere.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Don’t let COVID-19 Slow Down Your Grant Writing Efforts!

By Quentin2, Ph.D., a Grant Writer on GrantWriterTeam

 Don't Let Covid-19 Slow Down Your Grant Writing
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To many, COVID-19 has been a nightmare and bane to individuals and businesses in many countries worldwide. In many of these settings, the result is mass unemployment, poverty, food lines, food banks, and utter despair. We as Grantwriters have a unique opportunity to actually benefit in spite of the more often negatively reported impact of the pandemic. in fact, COVID-19 actually offers us some unique opportunities;

C is for the confidence that our clients show in initially signing up for GrantWriterTeam and selecting us to pursue their grant getting dreams. This confidence is shored up by us as we assertively search and find sources within our constantly growing and abundant databases. That confidence is extended in the faith through which our clients trust us as we assemble and submit fundable grants. This process, in the main, is unencumbered by anything “COVID-19 like”.

O is for our abilities to observe trends, styles and scenarios set in place by the funding agencies and extend those observations to our clients. We observe and orchestrate the fit between our clients’ capabilities to sustain grants and the demands of the funding agencies. This process also seems immune to the societal shock waves caused by an uncertain COVID-19 crisis. We further observe that social distancing masking, and super spreader events are irrelevant to the grant getting process.

V is for the vigilance we must show to offset the swarm of doom and gloom messages often conveyed by the media to our clients regarding stalls in the workforce and economic contingencies. We as Grant writers know the truth that the viability and validity of the robust grants in our database have to be mined and will, “with all things being equal” yield phenomenal chances of being funded.

I is for the Letter of Intent which is the entry point we use to introduce our clients to finding agencies. Our hellos are not punctuated with the distance mandated during this crisis, but actually pulls our clients ever closer to receiving their requested funds.

D is for the determination we show in meeting our clients by ”any means necessary”, we Skype, Zoom, phone, and social distance our way, even as COVID-19 grows around us. We have the opportunity to thrive in this pandemic if we just breathe lightly.

Veterans Day: The Grants, the Organizations, and the Support

Veterans Day
Iwo Jima Memorial at Dusk. Original image from Carol M. Highsmith’s America, Library of Congress collection. Digitally enhanced by rawpixel.

Veterans Day is more than just a day off from school or work. Whether you are a veteran, a relative of a veteran, or a USA resident, you are aware of this federal holiday.

History of Veterans Day

Historically, this day was called “Armistice Day”. It was a day to remind nations to strive for peaceful relationships. However, over the decades this day has taken on a new significance. On November 11th, we celebrate those that have fought for our country. 

It is important to realize that Veterans Day is different from Memorial Day. Veterans Day honors all individuals that served our country, whether during war or peace. It is largely to thank living veterans for their sacrifices. While Memorial Day honors those that have fallen while serving our country.

The Struggles of Veterans

Many veterans suffer from mental issues and physical disabilities due to the hardships brought out by their services for this country. Veterans may suffer from anxiety, depression, and PTSD as a result of the sights they have seen of war and terror. This causes a great detriment to veterans’ lives. Moreover, many veterans fall to suicide due to these mental issues. 

Furthermore, numerous veterans are physically disabled. Our warriors often become injured warriors from active duty in the military. The physical and mental consequences are endured long after they have served our country.

These disabilities have shown to greatly affect the lives of our veterans. It is imperative to support and honor those that have sacrificed so much to fight for our country.

Nonprofits and Government Agencies

Thankfully, there are several government agencies and nonprofit organizations that seek to better the lives of our warriors. The wounded warrior project and the VA are only two of the many organizations that operate programs to support veterans enduring mental and physical injuries. 

Grants and Fundraising

These nonprofits generate revenue through donations and grants. To support our veterans, we can donate to organizations that benefit their lives.

Fortunately, GrantWatch has many grants specializing in the veterans category. The Operation Rebound Fund is offering grants to USA first responders, military personnel, and veterans with disabilities for sports programs. The Raytheon Technologies Grant is for USA Nonprofits in eligible states for initiatives to benefit active-duty military personnel, veterans, and military families. 

Moreover, there is a nonprofit organization looking to hire a grant writer for their veteran suicide prevention program. Grant Writers can be hired at GrantWriterTeam to improve the chances of being awarded the grant.

YouHelp.com has numerous fundraising campaigns for veterans. As an example, The Colerain Veterans Memorial is raising funds to build a memorial to honor all veterans – past, present, and future. The memorial will also be used as an educational tool to teach individuals about the wars that America has been involved in over the years.

Support our Veterans

To show our support to our veterans, be sure to donate to the many organizations that help our veterans. Furthermore, if you are a veteran or know a veteran, reach out to the many nonprofit organizations and government agencies available, to seek the help that is needed. 

We must also be aware of and spread awareness of the struggles facing our heroes. For, without awareness, there is no change. So wave your flags and salute our veterans who have worked tirelessly to create a safer America. Acknowledge their sacrifices and help those who have helped our country!

NonProfits and Charities Suffer from COVID-19: Grants are Needed

NonProfits and Charities Suffer from COVID-19: Grants are Needed
Grant Funding Needed For Nonprofits and Charities Suffering from COVID-19

Economic Downfall Due to COVID-19

Many nonprofit organizations have suffered tremendously, as a result of an economic downfall during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Lack of Donations

Many charitable organizations rely on donations to keep their programs operating. Yet, a tremendous amount of people have lost their jobs and are struggling to feed their own families! Therefore, many donors have held back on donations. The lack of donations has had an immense effect on nonprofits worldwide.

Moreover, many nonprofits hold events to fundraise. Although, when events deemed to be unsafe during the pandemic. There was a lack of an avenue to receive funding. Many nonprofits rely heavily on these events, as they bring in much of the donations they receive each year. 

Greater Need for Services

Despite the decline of revenue, many organizations are needed more than ever! Nonprofit organizations seek to benefit the lives of those that are in need – at no cost. So many individuals are turning to charities for help. Due to COVID-19, individuals are suffering economically, and are in need of several resources. For example, many people are in need of food pantries, free healthcare, shelters (for the many that became homeless during the pandemic), etc.

On GrantWriterTeam, a growing charity in Canada is seeking to hire a grant writer. This charity provides feeding for the hungry/homeless, clothing and shelter for the destitute, cares for seniors, and educates the youth of their communities. During these trying times, these services are needed more than ever!

Grants

With a lack of donations and fundraising events, there is a tremendous demand for funding for nonprofits and charities during Covid-19. Furthermore, with an even greater request for their services, monies are essential to keep their programs afloat.  That’s why organizations are turning to grants for help, more than ever! 

GrantWatch allows you to look for grants for your nonprofit in an efficient manner. There are many categories of grants, such as Coronavirus Covid-19, Community Services, Nutrition, Financial Assistance, etc.

Hire a Grant Writer

Grant writers are also essential to the grant writing process. With their expertise, they can research grants for your nonprofit. They will find the grants that are most appropriate for your organization to apply for. Moreover, they are excellent writers and experienced in grant writing. There is no need to hassle over a headache to write a tedious grant application. The grant writer will write the grant for you!

The price to pay a grant writer is only a small percentage of the grant you may be awarded. Hire a grant writer on GrantWriterTeam for your nonprofit today, and secure the proper funding to ensure programs are still operating despite the loss of revenue. Furthermore, increase your chances of winning the grant by having a professional find and write the grant(s) for you.