Maybe the road signs inside your head just aren’t translating to paper. Previously, we wrote about 8 Reasons to Hire a Grant Writer. These still ring true. But, there are some additional perks to getting a grant writer through GrantWriterTeam.com:
- It takes the burden off of you
- The grant writers are articulate
- The grant writers at GrantWriterTeam.com are professionals
- The grant writers are familiar with funding source requirements and standards
- It’s cost-effective
First and foremost, grant writers alleviate the burden of writing a compelling grant off of your shoulders. This makes you free to address the concerns of your nonprofit or small business. With the free time, you may come up with good points to relay to your grant writer who can put it into the proper phrasing.
This takes me to the second perk of hiring a grant writer from GrantWriterTeam. Our grant writers are articulate. If you have a mission statement that could use work, one of our grant writers can help you perfect it. Also, a grant writer can help you put your goals and programs into words that convey professionalism.
The third perk of getting a grant writer is that they are professional. They know how to work with you. After your initial discussion with a grant writer, he or she understands your needs and is willing to meet them. The grant writers will deliver sections of the draft to you on time (in rare instances, you can contact us ASAP for a replacement writer).
Fourth, the grant writers are familiar with your funding source or will become familiar with it. It is their job to know what to address in your proposal. They learn this through experience and research. Often, our grant writers go above and beyond to recognize patterns of funding from different funding sources. This would give your proposal the edge over other agencies.
Lastly, it’s cost-effective. We’ve done our research and our grant writers price themselves very reasonably. Our grant writers charge $40 and up, per hour (considering their experience, he or she may charge more) and a flat rate for a complete proposal. You’d be getting the best value for your dollar, considering all the services grant writers at GrantWriterTeam.com offer (including searching for grants for you).
So, if you’re a nonprofit or small business and need a grant writer, drop the complicated road signs inside your head. Request a writer and be linked to professional grant writers. You will be contacted by our GrantWriterTeam specialist, to help you move forward with your request and be matched to a grant writer. For questions, Tracy can be reached at (561)249-4129.