Does your nonprofit have a compelling case for support that will inspire donors to give and financial and reporting policies and procedures that ensure compliance and instill donor trust?
A successful grant is comprised of key elements that answer a prospective donor’s questions through a carefully crafted and interesting proposal. Grants seek to present a logical and realistic solution to a problem. It is an opportunity to showcase your organization’s programs and impact and convince the reader that your organization has the experience and expertise needed to address a community need.
While a good grant may secure funding, it will not ensure continuation funding without demonstrating compliance with grantor guidelines and regulations, internal and independent audits and financial monitoring. Grant compliance begins when a nonprofit signs a letter of agreement and is made aware of the grantor’s expectations and timelines. The process can be simple and straightforward or complex and difficult, straining a nonprofit’s ability to successfully deliver on its promises.
McCarty & Co. understands that a good grant may secure funding while inadequate compliance may lose it. Our vast knowledge and expertise writing government and private grants coupled with our expertise in grant compliance and reporting will help you determine your organization’s “readiness” to successfully write and administer government and private grants.