Looking for guidance on your grant writing?
For quick, one-time projects, you can purchase our services directly through our website. If you're looking for a second pair of eyes, our grants team will review and provide feedback on your grant application. We also research up to five foundations of your choice and let you know how their goals align with yours.
One of our experienced grant writers will review your grant and provide feedback based on our customized rubric within two weeks. If you’re on a tight deadline, we get it! Just let us know and we’ll work with you to make sure you receive our feedback with enough time to submit your proposal.
Pricing: $275 per grant application
One of our experienced grant researchers will provide you with detailed information on up to five funders within two weeks. Don't know which foundations you want researched? We can do a deep-dive to find the top foundations we believe are your best chances for funding.
Pricing: $100 per foundation profile for up to five profiles
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Meet Your Grants Team
Director of Grants
Rebecca has been a fundraiser for both nonprofits and political campaigns since she was in college. She holds experience in major gifts, grant management, community organizing, digital marketing, and other fundraising strategies. She received her Bachelor of Arts magna cum laude in Political Science and English Literature from the University of Colorado Boulder.
Rebecca is actively involved in local politics and with other nonprofits. She volunteers with Denver Democrats, New Era Colorado, and is a fundraising committee member for Denver Food Rescue.
Director of Grant Research
Emily graduated from the University of Colorado Boulder with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and a minor in Business Innovation and Analytics. While attaining her degree, she developed a profound interest in using qualitative and quantitative research to develop insights and help others. She has worked and volunteered with nonprofits for the past eight years and is dedicated to incorporating nonprofit work into her career. Most recently, Emily worked at a small, mission-based startup doing business development, communications, and market research.