Last episode we spoke about the whys in grant – as in why do grant applications have such limited character counts to complicated questions and why are grant portals so complicated? In part two of this discussion, we are lifting up organizations and individuals who are fighting the good fight, working to make the grant space more equitable. Learn how you can amplify their voices by participating in activities and processes aimed at making the world a better place for us all, one wonky grant process at a time. Because a rant may be cathartic, but it will get old if nothing ever changes.
The Why in Grants is Silent – Part 2
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Grant writing, just like fundraising, is very relational. The truth is that people give to people. This is why we are talking to Kara D. Mostowy, CFRE, GPC, Chief Development Officer of The Watson Institutehttps://www.thewatsoninstitute.org/. We are working to break down the silos between fundraisers and grant professionals. The more we can work together, the better we can fund the good work of our organizations.