Nonprofits Say – Show Me the Money

If you are a nonprofit, here is the money:

    • Total giving to charitable organizations was $358.38 billion in 2014 (about 2% of GDP). This is an increase of 7.1% in current dollars and 5.4% in inflation-adjusted dollars from 2013.
    • This is the fifth straight year that giving has increased and the first year to surpass the previous high-water mark of $355.17 billion seen in 2007.

Are you a nonprofit organization? Have you already chosen grants to apply for on

“Few people realize how large charities have become, how many vital services they provide, and how much funding flows through them each year. Without charities and non-profits, America would simply not be able to operate. Their operations are so big that during 2014, total giving was more than $358 billion.”

Are you in need of a grant writer?  A grant writer can help you do the following:

  • Articulate your mission and vision statements
  • Improve your PR methods
  • Create an educational curriculum
  • Describe your goals
  • Develop a business plan to present to funders
  • Evaluate a program and help monitor quality assurance

You could be looking for a grant for children in your school, from nutrition to health programs or scientific advancements. No matter what field of grants you are searching, there is a suitable grant for you at With a grant writer from, you will get the results you need to fund your organization.

If your organization’s mission and vision statements could use a revamp, a grant writer will be more than happy to help you find the right words for your needs. They can help publicize your work through local media outlets like TV stations and newspapers. To learn more about what a grant writer can do for you, check out the article, 8 Reasons to Hire a Grant Writer.

How to Convey Your Message

As nonprofit leaders and directors, it may be difficult to find the time to sit down and write. Grant writers at, however, specialize in conveying your organization’s goals in writing. You may have an idea that you cannot put into words, but once you read what our grant writers produce, you will think, “That’s exactly what I wanted to say!”

According to the NIH, reviewers ask the following questions:

  1. What is the potential impact?
  2. How novel is the proposal? If not novel, to what extent does the potential impact overcome this lack? Is the research likely to produce new data and concepts?
  3. Are the aims logical?
  4. Are the procedures appropriate, adequate, and feasible?
  5. Have they shown competence, credentials, and experience?
  6. Are the facilities adequate and the environment conducive?

Not only will grant writers help you apply to the grants you’ve chosen, but they will also help you search for additional grants. To request a grant writer, go to and click Request a Writer. There is a $50 administrative fee, after which you will receive bids on your project.

You may choose from one of the bidding writers, and that writer will contact you promptly. Together, you will work out deliverables, such as drafts of the proposal and the final application. You will have to pay a small retainer, but this is negotiated with the grant writer. Fill out a request for a grant writer today! You can be well on your way to attaining your funding goals soon!

Research Proposals: A Guide to Success

And if that’s not enough information for you, check out the following book: Research Proposals: A Guide to Success by Thomas E. Ogden and Israel A. Goldberg. In this book, you will gain insight into the reviewer’s perspective. You will also find tips to enhance proposals and recent changes in NIH policies. It also contains excerpts from actual grant proposals!

About the Author: Sabeen is currently an MPH student with a background in Mass Communications. She writes for and its affiliates.