Services

What do we do for you?

We provide differing levels of support for small, medium, and large nonprofits. CommonWealth GrantWorks maintains a pricing philosophy that is accessible to all and is based on a sliding scale fee structure in keeping with an agency’s annual budget.

While we are especially adept at growing nascent nonprofits, we are also gifted at obtaining the resources needed to enable larger nonprofits to realize continued growth and financial diversification. A brief description of the services provided for different-sized agencies is provided below. However, alternative arrangements are also available such as grant service retainers.

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Small Organizations

Based on our years of grant-writing experience, we have developed a proven method for helping you develop your “Ask” and identify funding sources that best fit your unique vision and mission. We have found that local funding is often the best place to start. We thoroughly research and approach local family foundations that are a good fit for your nonprofit.

  • Brief concept paper developed
  • Smaller charitable foundations researched and approached
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Mid-Sized Organizations

Our strong and long-standing connections with public agencies enable us to identify and pursue local and state opportunities in addition to those provided by charitable foundations. We use cutting-edge research tools to identify opportunities that best meet the needs of your growing nonprofit.

  • Brief concept paper developed
  • Charitable foundations and public opportunities researched and approached
  • Local and state opportunities identified and pursued
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Large Organizations

We identify local, state, and national opportunities that will enable your larger nonprofit to realize continued growth and financial diversification. We have access to a full complement of evaluation tools and resources to ensure that your programming and general operations are data-driven and yield measurable benefits on both the individual client and organizational levels.

  • Brief and lengthier concept papers developed
  • Charitable foundations and public opportunities researched and approached
  • Local, state, and federal opportunities identified and pursued