Local, regional, national, international

What type of organizations do we work with?  All of them!  As long as it is a tax-exempt nonprofit organization, Hertlein Grant Writing has the capacity to support needs both large and small.

Locally, we do a lot of work on Whidbey Island in the Puget Sound/Salish Sea where we have our headquarters.  Current local clients include a food bank (Gifts From the Heart), a hospital (WhidbeyHealth Foundation), youth programs (Big Brothers Big Sisters), and even arts and museums (South Whidbey Historical Society).

In the region, our clients range from SPARC early intervention in Skagit County, to Byrd Barr Place in the heart of Seattle, to Kitsap Community Services on the peninsula, to Yakima Union Gospel Mission on the east side.  We also work with a number of state-wide agencies such as Washington Healthcare Alliance Association and Special Olympics Washington.

National work is usually done through sub-contracts, and recent clients have included Neuman University in Pennsylvania, Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles County, SUNY Oswego in New York, and Maui Economic Opportunity in Hawaii.

Our grantwriters have a heart for international work.  We currently are supporting AidAfrica’s work in Uganda, and Impact Latin America.  Other recent work has supported the Global Child Nutrition Foundation, NuDay Syria, and World Concern.