March 14, 2011
-- It has been estimated that up to 75 percent of all grant proposals submitted to foundations are misdirected. This telling statistic is partially due to the fact that potential applicants often lump all foundations together under the false assumption that a positive correlation exists between the sheer number of proposals submitted and the likelihood of being awarded a grant. Though foundations primarily fund other nonprofit organizations, many grant seekers are unaware that federal governmental programs frequently accept proposals from nonprofit, for-profit and even religious organizations when such programs or projects do not involve proselytizing.
Interlan Financial Corporation’
s goal, therefore, is to match our clients’ funding needs with the giving priorities of funders to which they are eligible to apply. As a comprehensive service provider, we seek to create best fits between the unique needs of each client and funds available from a variety of sources including but not limited to: Federal, State, Municipalities, Foundations, Corporate Giving Programs, Workforce Development Organizations, and other funding services.
In the case of foundations, they differ significantly when considering issues such as the availability of technical assistance and pre-selection of grantees. Therefore, prior to submitting a proposal to a foundation, Interlan Financial Corporation’
s research department conducts a thorough investigation of all foundation specific giving priorities and policies.
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