COLTON, Calif. (PRWEB) December 21, 2020
Nonprofits are organizations that care for underserved and often over-looked populations in our communities. Run by passionate people and fueled with philanthropic generosity whose collective tradition is caring for those struggling, shared across cultures, religions, and social issues as a unifying force. The COVID-19 crisis has negatively impacted countless businesses, including nonprofits. These noble organizations rely on fundraising to carry out their meaningful missions. Nonprofits, many of which are small and minimally funded, are in difficult times, and now the ones taking care of the most vulnerable need someone to take care of them.
A new company proposes to partner with nonprofits during this pandemic. Vulcan Consulting & Grant Services is a different kind of support company. By relying on extensive and diverse experience in the world of grants, as well as financial operations, and general nonprofit business, they can provide efficient and expert support in the following areas:
- Grant writing
- Program/Project development
- Budget development
- Private and public grant searches
- Strategic planning
- 990 or 1023 filing
The owner, Joanna Nelson, says, “We see an overwhelming need for nonprofits during this pandemic, and the COVID silver-lining is we are not geographically bound and can help any nonprofit in the U.S. through virtual platforms.” The company is committed to creating jobs and hiring more people to keep up with the demand, so no nonprofit is overlooked.
Vulcan Consulting & Grant Services continues to be inspired by the heart and missions of nonprofits, making a difference in their communities. Through selflessly and compassionately caring for vital areas like food, housing, healthcare, children & youth, education, animals, and our environment, nonprofits are essential and needed now more than ever.
Helping passionate people achieve nonprofit goals is the mission of Vulcan Consulting & Grant Services and their vision is to help make a positive impact in the communities where nonprofits are most needed.