NIH grants are at the top of the list in terms of difficulty. This is not a good market to start with. Most first time NIH grant applications are rejected as a matter of standard operating procedure. They want to see if the applicant is invested enough to submit a rewrite. We will not get rich doing NIH grants. The best market is people wanting to start their own business, telling them about the 4-Profit – non-profit business model, selling them the 501c3, foundation grants, and perhaps a business plan. – or to sell them the grant research or grant consulting.
Grant consulting – if a person wants to do all the work themself, but would like professional advice once in a while, I offer unlimited consulting (via email) for six months at $225, or for a full year at just $300.
Get in the right market and you will be able to make sales.Your company could start dreaming of winning the lottery? Well, your odds just got a whole lot better! No, we don’t have a secret formula for finding the next set of Power Ball winning numbers. But we are going to show you how to get your hands on some of the free funding that is available out there for people who want it.
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The federal government gives away — yes, that’s gives away — more than $400 billion in free funding every year. With more than 5,000 federal programs alone (not including those programs run by state governments), there might be money out there for just about anyone — or anything. Additionally, there are 65,000-100,000 foundations and corporations that also give away money. You only have to confirm that you are eligible!
So, if there’s so much funding being handed out, why don’t more people apply? First, getting your hands on some of that money isn’t always easy. It takes time and work just to sort through the thousands of available funding opportunities, then there’s filling out applications and writing proposals—all with no guarantee that you’ll ever receive a check. That’s simply too much work for most people, especially when they wonder if there is even funding that’s right for them. But, for those willing to invest the time and energy into finding, applying for, and submitting proposals, it can be very profitable. With the right team of people assisting you, the process can be made clearer, manageable. Easier.
we have made grants available to all types of businesses call 860-3509-4440 was created to put the best grant writers together to give business and charities the tools they need to find and put a proposal together for all different types of funding.We offer you a group of certified grant writers brimming with knowledge to get the research— experienced funding specialists—and designed to assist you in the funding process

VCI Grant Writers’ Professional Standards
1.Our clients pledge toput philanthropic mission above personal gain.
2.our pledge to affirm, through personal giving, a commitment to philanthropy.
3.our pledge to improve their professional knowledge and skills so their performance will better serve others.
4.our pledge to practice their profession with the absolute obligation to safeguard the public trust.
5.our pledge to value privacy and freedom of choice.
6.our pledge to foster cultural diversity and pluralistic values, and treat all people with dignity and respect.
7.our pledge to avoid even the appearance of any criminal offense or professional misconduct.
8.our pledge to bring credit to the profession by their demeanor.
9.our pledge to act according to the highest standards and visions of the organization and profession.
10.our pledge are aware of the codes of ethics of other professional organizations that serve philanthropy.

VCI Grant Writers’ Code of Ethics
1.we shall not engage in activities that harm their employers, clients or the grantseeking profession.
2.we shall not engage in activities that conflict with their fiduciary, ethical or legal obligations to their employers or clients.
3.we shall effectively disclose all potential and actual conflicts of interest, however, such disclosure does not preclude or imply ethical impropriety.
4.we shall not exploit any relationship with a grant maker, employer, volunteer or client to benefit of the member.
5.we shall comply with all applicable local, state and federal civil and criminal law.
6.we shall recognize their individual boundaries of competence and be forthcoming and truthful about their professional experience and qualifications.
7.we shall take care that all solicitation materials are accurate and not misleading.
8.we shall take care that grant funds are used in accordance with grantmaker’s intentions.
9.we shall not disclose priviledged or confidential information to unauthorized parties.
10.we shall adhere to the principle that all donor and prospect information created by an organization is the property of that organization and shall not be transferred or utilized except on behalf of that organization.
11.we shall not accept compensation that is based on a percentage of contributions or contingent upon award of a grant.
12.we may accept from employers performance-based compensation, such as bonuses, provided thare are in accord with prevailing practices within the organization, and are not based on a percentage of contributions.
13.we shall not pay finder’s fees to obtain donors and shall take care to discourage their organizations from making such payment(s).
14.we shall, when stating fundraising results, use accurate and consistent accounting methods that conform to the appropriate guidelines adopted by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) for the type of organization involved.

Venture Capital International can provide research of Federal, State, Local, Foundation or Corporate Grant Opportunities for your Nonprofit Organization, For Profit Business or Local Government Entity such as a City or County Department.  Once the basic research has been performed, a long-range funding strategy can be developed for your organization to maximize available grant opportunities.

Once the grant opportunities have been identified, the next step is for the client to provide information about their organization such as EIN, DUNS, mission, philosophy, values, history, goals and objectives, programs, staffing, organization budget and program budget(s) for current year and upcoming year.  Then VCI’s Certified Grant Writer™ begins preparing the application or proposal sections such as the Executive Summary, Statement of Need, Project Description and Budget.  Drafts are provided to the client for review and additional input may be requested.  Finally, NBD prepares the final document ready for mailing or electronic submission.

No grant award can be guaranteed; in fact, most grants are highly competitive and only the most detailed and complete applications win awards.VCI charges for its grant writing services on an hourly fee or a project fee.  It is unethical for a Certified Grant Writer™ to accept fees that are contingent upon a grant award, or that are based on a percentage of a grant award.  You will find that VCI provides professional services by experienced and successful Certified Grant Writers™ who will give your application a strong competitive narrative.  We will gladly speak with you personally to discuss how our services may benefit your business.

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