The Importance of Grants for Marketing and Brand Awareness

Organizations need funding to survive. Securing grant funding is a great way to advance your mission while also sharing the news of the award with your clients and customers. At Rhythm Communications we are proud to have helped our clients apply for and win over $2 million dollars in committed funds.

From federal, state, private organization, or foundation grants they all provide different opportunities to amplify the award beyond the dollars. An awarded grant validates the work you are doing, highlights a project or initiative you are creating, or ties your name to a larger brand that awards it.

One recommendation when considering grant applications is to go for quality vs. quantity. There is no shortage of opportunities for organizations to apply to. Finding an application that really fits what you provide and taking the time to craft well composed answers for the applications instead of just trying to apply to as many grants as quickly as possible.

Our clients have had a record breaking year. We are honored to be able to highlight some of the accomplishments of our 2021 grant winners.

  • Rapha – Since 2010, Rapha Clinic has offered its services free of charge to qualified residents in Carroll, Douglas, Haralson, Heard, and Paulding Counties. In addition to the health and dental care, Rapha patients receive spiritual support and guidance without forcing beliefs. It is through caring for the physical illness that Rapha has an opportunity to be a witness for Christ. The unconditional love and superior care provided by Rapha empowers patients to break the cycle of poor health and habits and improve their quality of life. Some of the grants they have received are: Georgia Charitable Care Network Grant & Georgia Health Foundation Grant

  • Caring For Others – Since 2001, Caring For Others has grown to purchase the building and expand. In April, she purchased an additional 50,000 square foot facility and expanded Caring For Others’ daily giving to over 80,000 pounds of food supporting over 500 families. Caring For Others now is a multimillion dollar nonprofit and just received funding from the State of Georgia through the Division of Children and Families to continue the work she is doing in the community.

As we move into a new year and new funding opportunities become available, let’s talk about how Rhythm can help you advance your goals through grant opportunities.



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