Palmetto Buzz

Palmetto Grant Consulting Wins Amazing Entrepreneur Contest

On Friday, April 26th, Partnership Gwinnett and Gwinnett Chamber Economic Development joined with The University of Georgia Small Business Development Center (SBDC) and Jackson Electric Membership Corporation to announce the finalists and winner of the third annual small business plan competition – The Amazing Entrepreneur. Palmetto Grant Consulting was named the Grand Prize recipient of […]

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Why Say Thank You???

By Lynda Isaacs Establishing a solid base of foundation support for your organization will take time. Many resources talk about how to write or create the “perfect” grant proposal. But, in the end, it’s a relationship-building process. By neglecting to show appreciation for the review process, whether you received the grant or not, you’re missing […]

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How Can You Help? The Importance of Demonstrating Your Worth

By Sharyn McHenry Non-profit organizations are always working with the intent of assisting others. Some offer supplemental educational programs or enriching arts programs to children, others provide adults with literacy and job skills. There are organizations that strive to provide shelter, food, and clothing to community members in need, and groups that support dance and […]

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Putting Your Agency on the Map

Chances are, your agency is not the only one of its kind within the geographic boundaries for which you compete for funds, whether it’s a metropolitan area, the state of Georgia or the United States. There may be numerous homeless shelters, daycare centers, financial counselors, domestic violence services or health care facilities in your service […]

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Four Helpful Tips For Writing a Grant Proposal

Writing a grant proposal can be an intimidating and overwhelming endeavor. Government, foundation and corporate applications require diverse amounts of information from non-profit organizations, such as budgets, program and narratives, organizational history and evaluation methods. Grant makers also have strict deadlines and procedures and will not accept late or incomplete applications. Whether you are a […]

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