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What do grant writers at do?

Sometimes, nonprofits applying for grants have a vision but they cannot find the words to express themselves.  This is where the grant writers at come in to play. As a grant writer, you can help a nonprofit express its goals to a funding source. You may write narratives for grant proposals or prepare evaluation reports. There are also other tasks you will be performing like completing needs assessments or researching literature for best practices, among others like the following:

  • Researching for grant prospects: Locating federal, state & local grants and finding foundation grants and contracts.
  • Grant writing: Writing proposal narratives; developing budgets; researching the needs of the target population; completing needs assessments; and researching literature for best practices.
  • Evaluating programs: Preparing evaluation reports; and monitoring quality assurance.
  • Crowdfunding: Developing crowdfunding campaigns for entrepreneurs, nonprofits, teachers and students, artists, inventors, researchers, start-ups, social movements, sports teams, social media strategies, fundraising materials, and identifying perks for contributors.
  • Developing business plans: Evaluate business needs; develop marketable programs; and Identify venture or angel funding.
  • Writing and developing curriculum: Educational surveys; research existing curricula; and write age-appropriate curriculum.

But most importantly, you will be writing. And you won’t just be writing, you will be writing for great causes. You will play an integral part in gaining funds for various noble purposes. It’s hard to specify what you will be writing about because there are over 50 grant categories located at, an affiliated site where many of your assignments may come from. For example, you may write a grant proposal for a grant on aging seniorsarts and culture, or something else!

The Only Grant-Writing Book You’ll Ever Need

For some pointers on grant writing, you can also check out this book titled: The Only Grant-Writing Book You’ll Ever Need by Ellen Karsh and Arlen Sue Fox. You will find a step-by-step guide to grant proposal development. It also includes hands-on exercises, a glossary, and more!

How to apply

To apply to become a grant writer, simply go to and click on “I am a Grant Writer.” Fill out your contact information, areas of expertise, awarded grants, resume, and references. Remember to put some thought into your application and only use relevant information. Then, submit your profile. As a grant writer, you will be earning $40 or more per hour and receiving a flat fee for requests with multiple projects.


After your application is reviewed and accepted, you will be contacted and enabled to sign in with a PayPal email. You can opt for $30 a week or $100 a month to bid on any project within that period of time. Bidding on a request is like submitting your name for that project. So, if you think your strengths lend you to a project, bid on it!


As a grant writer, you will follow a list of deliverables and a timeline for those deliverables. Often, you will be paid accordingly. The deliverables could include a retainer or a working draft, among other things. The important thing is to get your client the completed deliverables on time. Although it may be challenging work, it is also rewarding. Start helping nonprofits, and make a name for yourself in the grant world. Join today!