Question for nonprofit folks!

Non-profit-y people: Does your organization count time spent preparing/cultivating grant proposals as personnel costs in fundraising, management, or programs?  If you’re a small shop: do you divide up people’s time into chunks on your balance sheets?

8 thoughts on “Question for nonprofit folks!

  1. I think I’ve always put it to fundraising. But that was never my decision. Also I think the follow up grant reports went to programs, since it was a requirement for the program to continue. I guess you could say that about the grant writing too.

  2. I think it’s split up here between fundraising and programs, but mostly fundraising. (I don’t deal with budgets, though, huzzah!) There is a small chunk written into most grant budgets to cover “grant management,” which includes reporting, but that’s kind of on the back end of things.

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