Learn more about our professional grant management services in Atlanta, Georgia and across the United States below:
You just won a grant- hooray! After the excitement wears off, now you must manage the grant.
The truth is, grants are really hard to get but really, really easy to lose. Not having a reliable grant management plan and system in place ranks high on the list of why nonprofit organizations lose funding.
For our clients, we develop a grant management plan during the grant writing process. If you do not have a grant management plan in place, what will your strategy be to manage the grant?
An oversight such as a missed deadline, an incomplete or missing report, or an overlooked guideline can easily have your organization lose funding and be ineligible to apply for future funding.
Grant management is a challenge when you don’t have the organizational capacity through a robust and coordinated staff, is difficult to track across multiple organizations collaborating on a grant-funded project, and is tough to do when your team is busy trying to run a program and get new funding at the same time. There are only 24 hours in a day.
Don’t let grant management fall by the wayside.
Here at Think and Ink Grants, we support your organization in managing grants. Our consultants can help make sure that this doesn't happen to your organization by:
Managing your organization's grant reporting giving you back valuable time to complete other tasks
Acting as an extension of your team - we are a lower-cost option eliminating the pain and high-cost commitment of hiring a grant manager
Helping you track and meet the requirements of each funder, especially when managing multiple grants
Ensuring you have the right grant management systems and procedures in place
Some of the pitfalls of not enlisting professional help
Not being eligible to participate in the next funding cycle
Request to return grant funds
Potentially face legal consequences for your Executive Director and the Board of Directors
Incur financial liabilities for your organization
Public embarrassment and scrutiny
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