A nonprofit has a playground for children with special needs. It needs replacing. Should they ask their local friendly foundation for the grant to replace it? They haven’t approached them in several years. It’s likely to be a winner.
I recommended NOT doing it. Surprised?
Here’s the thinking:
Even if they will be funded, not all grants should be written. Make your goal to get the maximum income for your nonprofit over time, not the most grant funds.
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