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 "As Executive Director of Good News Outreach, I strive to develop diverse revenue streams to support our operations to include grants. The INIE RRC has been very helpful in identifying potential funding sources. The staff is patient, professional and prompt in delivery. I highly recommend this service to any agency seeking options for grant funding.  - Donald Parks, Executive Director at Good News Outreach

"When creating a grant proposal, the amount of time, energy and effort spent on researching, concisely writing, reading and reading again; is substantial.  [...]  I am extremely pleased with the experience and thankful for the quick turnaround and feedback.  I highly recommend that less seasoned proposal writers get the benefit of having a professional review your proposal before submitting.  Having professional and experienced feedback was well worth the financial investment and helped me to feel more confident about the strength of our proposal. - Bernice McMillan, Divine Revelations Ministry 

Finding funding to support your organization can be challenging. The INIE Revenue Research Center, in collaboration with Lutheran Social Service of North Florida, was established to assist nonprofit leaders and board members with access to national databases that provide an array of revenue options from private foundations to government grants. In addition to access to databases, a lending library and research templates, the center will provide use of research interns to assist with your search. This service is only available to INIE Nonprofit Members

We are looking forward to expanding services, programs and resources in the Revenue Research Center.  If you have any suggestions of any additional tools to help your organization succeed in fund development, then please email us at [email protected] or call 850.201.9766. 

Resources in the Revenue Research Center include the following:

Schedule time in our new Revenue Research Center to explore funding opportunities through national grant databases, lending library and assistance from our grant research students.  Email [email protected] to schedule a convenient date and time for you to visit.