The main reason ArtSeed is so effective in helping organizations grow is our focus on getting to know your organization inside and out. The first phase of every project is information gathering so that your dedicated ArtSeed team can learn all about your goals, challenges, infrastructure, processes, and current funding in order to develop recommendations that will leverage your organization’s ability to build capacity.
ArtSeed is truly the grant expert. It’s our goal to take those fundraising and grant writing projects that could benefit from our expertise completely off your plate. So whether you are a start-up nonprofit looking to secure partnership documentation for upcoming funding opportunities or the head of a grant writing team looking for professional development and technical and other grant writing assistance, our services will catalyze the growth and development of your organization.
Qualified, experienced grant writers who will improve your chances of winning a grant
Writing a grant proposal is no small task. Whether you’re new to the grant writing process, are not winning as many grants as you’d like, or have too many grants to write in too little time, ArtSeed can help.
Our professional grant writing team will work closely with your organization and its stakeholders to fully understand your program objectives and needs. We take care of all the details of a grant proposal—planning the grant program design; development of the full narrative; development of the budget; and submission of the proposal—so your staff can focus their attention elsewhere.
We understand how important grant funding is to your organization. ArtSeed can help you meet or exceed your funding goals with our professional grant writing services. Many grants can be written at low or no cost. Contact us today for your grant writing needs. Consultations are always free.
ArtSeed grant writers have been awarded the majority of foundation grants available in our region. Put their expertise to work for your organization!
$500-$7500 depending on narrative length, budget, and documentation required.