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Organizational Planning

Strategic Planning:  Collaborate with RWC to develop a strategic plan tailored for your organization.  

SWOT Analysis:  RWC facilitates a session with nonprofit to identify strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. RWC provides a final report and high-level action steps.


Nonprofit Audit/Grant Readiness:  RWC assesses your nonprofit to develop a customized report to determine your organization’s readiness to apply for funding.

Grant Services


Grant Research:  RWC provides up to 10 potential grant leads.


Grant Review:  RWC reviews your pre-written grant application and provides feedback.


Grant Writing:  RWC develops a complete grant application for nonprofit.

Grant Management:  RWC manages grant implementation, monitors due dates and program progress.


Planning and Evaluation


Program Planning:  RWC collaborates with nonprofit to develop program activities and implementation.


Program Evaluation:  RWC develops questions, evaluation tools, collects, and analyzes data.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can you guarantee that my project will be funded?  No.  As a Grant Writer, I do not make funding decisions.  My role is to write the best proposal that clearly tells your organization’s story.  The funder follows its internal review process to select awardees.  Funding decisions are based on various factors that may include but not limited to priorities and topic areas, or geography.   


Can I pay for grant writing service only if the grant is funded?   No.  Paying for grant writing services after a grant has been awarded is unethical.  Services or activities completed prior to a grant being awarded are outside of the grant period.


How long does it take to write a grant?  Time varies to write a proposal.  Grants that are for smaller foundations may take up to four (4) hours.  Whereas responding to federal grants may take 2-4 weeks to complete.   



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