Thanks Richard. It’s good to get noticed once in awhile!
How to Get Noticed by Foundations…By
Last fall I was invited to submit an article for an e-book by the fundraising software giant Blackbaud. Never one to pass up an opportunity, I obliged and was surprised when they chose what I wrote for their book. It’s now available free (if you give them your name and email address) on their website.
Here’s a brief overview of A Decent Proposal: Finding Success in the Competitive World of Grants.
Clay Myers-Bowman, Producer and Fundraising Consultant
The Importance of Being Organized and Strategic in Pursuing Federal Grant Opportunities
Spencer O. Perlman, President, Washington Strategic Consulting
Ethical Considerations in Grant Seeking and Writing
Diane H. Leonard, GPC, Owner, DH Leonard Consulting & Grant Writing Services, LLC
DATA Act to Transform Federal Grant Reporting
Adam Roth, President and CEO, StreamLink® Software
A snippet from my article:
Getting noticed amid the ever-increasing number of worthy causes is harder than ever before. But the tools you have available are cheap, easy to use, and at your fingertips. It’s not a matter of whether you can or can’t do it; it’s whether you will or you won’t. The choice is up to you.
I’m proud to have been included with such a great group of people. I also think it’s a pretty good book. Download it today and let me know what you think.
That’s great, Clay. I have written a couple of guest posts for Bloomerang and Double the Donation. I am always honored by such requests, as I am sure you are.