Part 1 of an archived radio interview on grantmaking

L-&-D_logo.30We hope you will take some time and visit our YouTube channel for Part 1 of a four part radio interview we did a couple of years ago.  The message still resonates despite the intervening years.

It is located here…..CLICK THIS LINK

 

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7 Responses to Part 1 of an archived radio interview on grantmaking

  1. JohnBrian says:

    Lou, what is your per client success rate knowing that you’ve been doing this for over two decades? I heard the 5% funding success rate at the federal level but I assume you have an internal metric. Please share when you have a moment thank you.

  2. Brian, our metrics are a bit higher. Our the last 18 years we have won 76% of the grant applications we have submitted for our clients.

  3. It’s our experience of more than 30 years of writing grants mixed with our ability to pivot on new schemes for writing, the voicing of the narrative and the talent for listening to the client.

  4. JohnBrian says:

    I suspect some of the above characteristics are learnable.
    I also suspect some are not and are simply innate to the individuals involved within your team as well as yourself.
    I’ve looked over your website in depth and congratulate you on the many of lives you have improved and even saved over the years.
    Congratulations and thank you as one human being to another.

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