At Spark Point, we’re focused on getting results for our clients.
From strategy and research to grant writing and grant management, our energy and expertise will help you achieve your fundraising goals and empower you to make progress on the work that matters: igniting social change and building a more equitable world.
Curious to learn more? Here’s what our clients say:
Needing to expand their in-house capacity, Bread for the City was looking to outsource their grant writing. But with our Fired Up Grants service, they gained an experienced thought partner who has helped them generate nearly $12 million in revenue in four years. Learn More.
Growing your fundraising revenue is hard. How, with everything else on your plate, are you supposed to find time to research the donor landscape, engage prospective investors, and convince them to see you as an asset? Fair Budget Coalition engaged Spark Point to help them build out their foundation funding pipeline, and with our Pipeline Push service raised more than $370,000 in new funding in just one year. Learn More.
Mercedes faced a common problem: despite having an active donor base, grant writing left her with no time to think about strategic fundraising. In need of quick and affordable advice, she completed a Spark Time assessment, and received actionable recommendations that she could immediately implement to achieve her fundraising goals. Learn More.
Since 1997, DC-based nonprofit Byte Back has been fighting to close the digital divide, but with the need increasing, they needed to grow to keep up. Spark Point helped them achieve those growth goals by writing a proposal that won them a landmark expansion grant. Learn More.
They thought they needed a grant writer, but grants are just one piece of the puzzle. Through deep collaboration, Spark Point identified hidden gaps, helping to secure more than $50,000 in new funding. Learn More.
It’s a common problem: As funders exit the space or shift priorities, established nonprofits find themselves competing for a dwindling pool of funds to support critical work. But with a simple change in thinking, NFID was able to shift their whole perspective on fundraising and adapt to a changing landscape. Learn More.