So much information about an organization must be provided in order to apply for a grant. Unfortunately, many organizations are unaware of all that is required. This is where a grant writer can be a valuable asset. An experienced grant writer can help your organization compile all the necessary information needed to successfully apply for funding.
A good way to learn about required documentation for grant applications is to use the services provided through GrantWatch.com. As you browse through the different funding opportunities, you will get a good idea of what funders need in order to decide on who wins the grant.
You can also reach out to grantwriterteam.com for assistance and to connect with experienced grant writers who can help your organization be successful.
In the meantime, begin to create your organizational profile by compiling the following information and storing it in way that is easily retrievable and reproducible. While this is not an exhaustive list, it is required by most foundations and grant-makers.
- Agency Mission or Vision Statement
- Copy of Certificate of Incorporation
- Most Recent 501(c)(3) Letter
- Employee Identification Number (EIN)
- DUNS Number (Required for all Federal Applications. http://www.dnb.com/get-a-duns-number.html)
And, remember, we at GrantWatch.com are always happy to help!