If you've noticed a steady increase of requirements from funders over the past few years, you're not alone. One of the most common questions we hear from the organizations we partner with is:
"What are funders looking for?"
We reached out to foundations and funding experts to find the answer. The 2017 Nonprofit Funding Kit is packed with data, stories, and templates to help your organization craft grant applications and deliver impactful reports to your funders.
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We surveyed foundations and charitable trusts around the country to learn what they look for in organizations they are considering funding. This study reveals the answers to common questions regarding funder reporting requirements and trends.
Area Resources for Community and Human Services (ARCHS) was developed 20 years ago with the purpose of bridging federal/state funding with local resources to improve the lives of vulnerable children and families in St. Louis, Missouri. From its humble beginnings as an intermediary funder, the leaders of ARCHS knew they wanted to not only provide dollars to fund services but also be active participants in the service delivery process. As the organization has grown and developed over time so has its funding vision.
In this piece, we dig deeper into the information provided in the Foundation Research Study, with analysis and best practices for reporting, data collection, and outcomes management.
The Grant Application Template takes the information we've learned from funders and gives you a pre-filled sample template for framing answers when applying for grants. By utilizing data, you'll be able to tell impactful stories and build effective applications.
The entire 2017 Nonprofit Funding Kit is available in this free package. Fill out the form to get immediate access to all of the resources listed above.