Would You Like to Write for Grants and Foundations Review?
From time to time, we like to let our colleagues know that Grants and Foundations Review (GFR) articles are written by CharityChannel colleagues who raise their hands to share their hard-earned knowledge and experience. We invite you give some thought to writing for GFR, a weekly electronic publication with a circulation of nearly 16,000 colleagues in the grantwriting and funding community.
We're looking for real-world, in-the-trenches professionals who can write from their own experience. As a subscriber, you know the variety of subject matter and formats in GFR. The main criteria are that an article be grant-related, practical, and original. The typical GFR article runs from 700 to 1,500 words. Longer pieces are sometimes divided and serialized. Most charts and graphics can be accommodated. You should anticipate writing two or more articles in a year's time. Articles are submitted on a new online system -- the CharityChannel Collaboration system. You will also be able to rub shoulders on a private forum set up just for contributors to GFR.
To learn more, please go to the Contributor sign-up page. If you would like to discuss the possibilities with me, go to the "Sign Up!" page. There is a brief form to complete. Once the form has been submitted, I will contact you to discuss possible articles you could write and answer any questions that aren't already discussed on the Collaborate System site.
Michael Wells, Editor
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If you are an experienced nonprofit-sector practitioner who wants to share your expertise by contributing down-to-earth articles written in a conversational style, we'd love to hear from you!
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