GuideStar, the nation’s premier watchdog agency for nonprofit transparency and accountability, notes that more than 66% of nonprofits in the U.S. operate annually on less than $1 million. Known as “grassroots” organizations, this group includes the majority of the nation’s health and human services, education, youth development, and arts and humanities organizations.
Although they collectively represent the lion’s share of service delivery in our country, you’ve probably never heard of most of them. WRITE ON FUNDRAISING is here to change that.
Headquartered in Tulsa, Okla. WRITE ON FUNDRAISING is a national network of philanthropic advisers helping nonprofits fundraise through expert-level grant writing, policy design, research and evaluation, and campaign development services.
Led by Tulsa fundraising veteran Lindsay Jordan, MNM, CFRE, the company’s innovative and provocative fundraising model moves organizations toward cultures of philanthropy through sustainable and decentralized fundraising practices. The company is also working to disrupt some commonly held barriers to fundraising success, such as the costs associated with purchasing grant research software.
“It is outrageous that the very resources nonprofits need to win grants are priced in a way that they can’t afford,” said Jordan. “So, we offer the information in these databases to our clients free of charge.”
Representing nearly $400 billion in annual revenue, charitable giving continues to be at an all-time high. Giving by individuals, corporations, and foundations all grew in 2016, with foundation giving growing for the sixth consecutive year since the Great Recession.
WRITE ON FUNDRAISING offers a free consultation to board members, volunteers, and nonprofit staff who are interested in learning more about how the company’s core services can increase revenue for nonprofits. Email email@example.com to schedule a consultation today, or visit www.writeonfundraising.com to learn more.