"Hi, Michelle - If you have a pretty regular set of projects, and you have a good sense of how much time you are spending on this client (and how much they are spending on you), you can develop an annual contract fee that takes that into account. It…"
Retainers are usually based on a hourly rate. Just set your rate and ask them how many hours they want to retain you for. The tricky part could be holding hours open for them unless they're pretty organized and give you…"
Hello Everyone, I have been working with a client on a project by project basis as their grantwriter. However they would like to have me on retainer since I am the only person that writes for them. Any suggestions on how to do this? Any help would be appreciated. ThanksSee More
Here is a contract/proposal I have been developing for clients. Feel free to look at it and use parts of it if you wish. Also, I'd be glad to get comments or suggestion from you or anyone else on the network. Good luck!
"I recently came across a service called RocketLawyer.com that is very useful, albeit a little pricey. Once you join (1st month free, then $40 per month), you can create, save, print, etc. countless contracts and other legal agreements. What is…"
Hello Everyone,I currently have several clients for which I am writing grants. They sign a contract prior to the work being initiated, however, I would like to see contract language others may use to make sure mine is adequate. Would anyone be willing to share their contract template? It would be greatly appreciated.Thanks so much,MichelleSee More
"Hello Pat, thanks for responding. I'm currently writing proposals for local grassroots nonprofits. Still learning how to set my pricing structure in this area. Do you use an hourly price structure or a price per project? Any insight would be…"
"Hello Everyone, I'm in Delaware and grant writing is just one of the services my firm offers. Looking forward to connecting and sharing insight. I currently have 3 clients that use my grant writing services."