Need help securing funding?
Not being awarded grants?
Unsure how your project fits grant requirements?
We will review the grant requirements to help ensure your project fits with the goals of the grant. From there, we will guide you in creating a detailed, targeted, and compelling proposal that explains the importance of your project. Our six to eight-week proposal preparation process will help you effectively communicate with, engage, and motivate prospective donors to select you as the awardee.
Need to acquire donors?
Need to plan a fundraising event?
Need to develop a fundraising plan?
We work with large or small, young or seasoned nonprofits to help develop a fundraising strategy, plan and execute fundraising campaigns and events, and discuss how to practice good stewardship. From recruiting volunteers and leveraging your board members to identifying and engaging prospective donors, we can help you create a detailed fundraising plan for your organization.
Want to establish your nonprofit?
Need help with your 501(c)3 application?
Need assistance establishing your board?
We’ve been in your shoes, starting a nonprofit can be difficult. Step-by-step, we can help you compile your 501(c)3 application, establish your board of directors, and set your organization’s mission and values.
"Partnering with Grace Community Services was one of the best business decisions I made. They helped my company with grant proposals as well as helped with new business leads. They are very organized and superseded all my expectations. With Grace on my team, I feel more comfortable in making the impossible possible."
Antwian Avant, President
"Cynthia Hooks with Grace Community Services was instrumental in helping the Kennedy-King Neighborhood Association receive its 501c3 and assisting us with developing a fundraising strategy. Thanks to her commitment, she strategized ways for us to fundraise with local businesses within the community and receive local grants, which has led to our community receiving thousands of dollars for neighborhood improvements and community engagement."
LaMar Holliday, President