A SOCIAL JUSTICE APPROACH
Tikkun Grant Advancement is a strategic consulting practice focused exclusively on grant-seeking. Our philosophy is to deliver a strong return on investment by providing right-sized services at rates that reflect our commitment to social justice. Our strategic research identifies the strongest prospects for change-making organizations around the country. Our team of highly skilled writers has a success rate of 84%.
SERVICES WE OFFER
The right strategy is the difference between frustration and success. Tikkun Grant Advancement works with our clients to identify and align their strategic goals with the grantmakers who will grow and diversify their revenue streams.
Many nonprofits struggle to find a grantwriter with the skills to deliver. At Tikkun Grant Advancement, exceptional writing is our hallmark. Our writers craft compelling proposals that stand out in the sea of grant applications. Whether applying to a corporate or family grantmaker, the state or federal government, we work with your team to capture your unique role as a change-maker in the community.
Tikkun Grant Advancement offers full grant management services that keep you on track and streamline your internal processes. We manage your schedule and ensure you are in compliance during staff transitions and in the long term. Our team exemplifies the level of commitment not often seen in outsourced services.
Is your writer new to the field? Do they need to learn the ropes of government applications? Tikkun Grant Advancement provides individualized coaching that helps your staff grow professionally and your agency benefit from the expertise of a seasoned writer and grants manager.
Emily played a pivotal role in managing our grants portfolio to increase grant awards, strengthen partnerships and deepen the nature of our work on behalf of families. Emily's gifts include the ability to balance the research with a compelling story to create the case for support. Program officers and trustees have lauded the proposals she's written, giving a much needed refresh to existing grant narrative.