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Give Back Nation And Pathways To Growth Continue Partnership

Give Back Nation and Pathways To Growth continue partnership

 

 

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Give Back Nation And Pathways To Growth Continue Partnership Into Year 5

Vetted, trusted and proven solution provides Grant Research & Writing

 

Tampa, FL – After vetting and reviewing solutions across the country, Give Back Nation, your Giving & Fundraising Hub and national 501(c)(3) organization, selected Pathways to Growth as its Expert Sourcing Partner for Grant Research & Writing in 2016. After four years of successes, the partnership has been extended.

Pathways to Growth is a team of highly skilled, inspired grant writers, editors, and researchers who have won millions of dollars for nonprofit clients, giving them the opportunity to grow and amplify their impact in their local communities. Pathways to Growth provides grant writing and capacity building services to a variety of clients nationwide, allowing writers to bring fresh ideas, best practices, and awareness of local and national funding trends to each client. Founder Julé Colvin began Pathways to Growth in Tampa over 14 years ago to help nonprofits attract more money, increase their impact and improve the business side of their mission.

“After four years of successes, it has been great to see the level of professionalism and support Julé and her team provides to help organizations expand impact,” said Kyle Gregory, CEO and Co-Founder of Give Back Nation. “Knowledge, experience and a track record of winning is key to successful grant writing, so it is great to know we can rely on Pathways To Growth to serve the organizations we support.”

“Our passion is helping people and organizations achieve high-impact growth,” said Julé Colvin, President and Founder of Pathways to Growth. “It has been wonderful working alongside Give Back Nation and we look forward to continuing our partnership to help more organizations better serve our communities.”

Give Back Nation recommends Pathways to Growth to any organization looking to efficiently and effectively win grants by leveraging a national, proven resource.

 

About Give Back Nation

Headquartered in Orlando, FL and founded in 2006, Give Back Nation is the one-stop Giving & Fundraising Hub and national 501(c)(3) nonprofit creating bigger waves of impact across the country. In 2019, GBN, its affiliates and its partners helped give back over $315 million to over 510 nonprofits and helped generate over $1.8 billion in planned gifts. GBN serves and supports motivated nonprofits, forward-thinking businesses, top-tier financial advisors and passionate Giving Americans with an arsenal of vetted tools, knowledge, coaching, strategy and implementation. Founded to serve and efficiently connect all aspects of the fundraising ecosystem, organizations and individuals receive hands-on coaching, training and customizable access to online and on-site fundraising tools, grant writing, strategic planning, event management, donor management, workplace giving, donor advised funds, wealth screening, planned giving and more. Learn more at www.givebacknation.com.

 

About Pathways to Growth

Headquartered in Tampa, Pathways to Growth’s vision is “to help clients win grants and transform lives.” Our passion is to help non-profits reach their full potential and to obtain the funding that they need to accomplish their dreams. We work with organizations to find new funding, to write and edit their grants, and to provide coaching, strategic planning and board training services that improve organizational effectiveness. Our team boasts over 40 years of grant writing and winning experience for a variety of agencies across the United States, and has raised millions of dollars in grant funding. Learn more at www.pathwaystogrowth.us.

 

 

Learn More:
Contact: Give Back Nation
Telephone: (888) 894-7261

 

 


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