A Grant Writer’s Dream: The System to Build Relationships with Funding Sources
If you work with a nonprofit (or multiple nonprofit organizations if you are a freelance grant writer), then you know how complex it can get with managing various programs.
I cannot tell you how often I have previous nonprofit clients reach out to me to ask for the previously written grant, funder contact information, and more. This is after I have already sent over a Google drive folder with all information.
The fact is that many nonprofit organizations have turn-over rates in certain positions and data and resources get lost, misplaced, computers crash, and more.
What if your nonprofit could have a place online where all grant information is hosted? Not just a Google drive, but actual contact information of funding sources, all grant attachments and files, a report on how well your nonprofit is doing with submitting grants vs. securing grants, and so much more?
And if you are a freelance grant writer, how nice would this system be for you and your multiple clients?
This is where Rachel Waterman steps in. As an owner that runs a grant writing firm, she started her own online software to manage her clients. Then she saw how well this worked, and how many people were requesting it, so broadened it and now offers it as product.