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Allegany Franciscan Ministries - Palm Harbor, FL - 28 Survey Respondents
"I would advise to read grant requirements and if they have any questions to call Allegany. My experience with Allegany has always been great. Most imp"
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M J Murdock Charitable Trust - Vancouver, WA - 90 Survey Respondents
"I very much appreciated how responsive the people at the Trust were from our first call all the way through the process. It is an in-depth process, bu"
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United Way Of Washtenaw County - Ann Arbor, MI - 9 Survey Respondents
"That they are a trusted and dedicated to assisting people of color."
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Open Road Alliance - Washington, DC - 62 Survey Respondents
"The application process is streamlined and very well structured. Timelines are clear and the organisation adhered to them."
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NextFifty Initiative - Denver, CO - 8 Survey Respondents
"Love this funder. They are very responsive to questions and work on solutions to make the project work. Everyone at the organization is kind and pas"
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Why We Need to #FixTheForm
Surprise pop-up questions. Not being able to save. Applications that take 25 hours and result in $2,000. Poorly designed grant applications cost nonprofits precious time (up to 20% of full time work), create barriers and inequitable access to funding, and lead to burnout and turnover in key roles. Small changes (ie. eliminate word limits!) can [...]
Now is the time to get rid of word and character limits in grant applications forever!
By: Kari Aanestad, co-director of GrantAdvisor.org We are all living in a time of epic disruption, which is stressful AND an opportunity to discover new ways of being and doing our work together. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic government agencies and foundations have taken some remarkable steps to reduce conditions on funds, allow greater [...]
Where Our Minnesota Team Finds Hope: Shifting Power to Communities
By: the GrantAdvisor team (Kari Aanestad, Grace Fogland, Jon Pratt, Andrea Sanow) On Monday, May 25, 2020, George Floyd, a Black man and member of the Minneapolis community died in the custody of the Minneapolis Police Department when he was pinned to the ground by his neck by a white police officer. Floyd was stopped [...]