Research & Grant Writing
We strategize with you to identify the most suitable funding opportunities, aligning them with your objectives and project scope. We specialize in crafting compelling and persuasive proposals that resonate with funding organizations.
We carefully analyze grant requirements, tailor proposal narratives, and incorporate persuasive elements that highlight the significance, innovation, and potential impact of your project.
Whether it's a government grant or a private foundation funding, we navigate the grant landscape to increase your chances of success.
Example services we can offer on your Research and Grant Writing projects:
Montage Support Services
Grant Research, General Operating Grants
Montage Support Services is committed to providing quality person-inspired services to people living with disabilities and those requiring diverse supports. With a shared focus on family, staff and volunteers, they promote opportunities for individual growth, ensuring all people thrive in their community of choice with dignity and respect.
Sonderbloom has been successful in securing additional funding for Montage by partnering around consultancy and grant writing. These additional funds have been used to enhance the quality of support services, strategic implementation and board governance.
LEF – The Mount Dennis Quilt
Capital & Operating Grant, Project Management
Sonderbloom is working with the Learning Enrichment Foundation (LEF) to bring to life one of the largest supportive affordable housing projects in Toronto - The Mount Dennis Quilt (Quilt). The Quilt envisions a multi-use building offering affordable and supportive residential rental units, 2 floors of community space, 1 floor of retail space, and a vibrant streetscape. Sonderbloom is assisting LEF in capital/operational planning and leading the process for securing government funding for the project.
Project website: https://www.mountdennisquilt.org/
Youth Without Shelter
Grant Research, Project Management
Youth Without Shelter (YWS) is a non-profit organization offering shelter and support for youth facing homelessness in the Greater Toronto Area. Since its inception in 1986, YWS has helped more than 16,000 vulnerable youth aged 16 – 24 find long-term stable housing and employment. Sonderbloom supports YWS in securing government funding through grant research and completing applications for municipal, provincial and federal funding streams.