Starting New Nonprofits & Managing Current Nonprofits
Donor Partner: Team Admins
Category: Corporate Management, Filings
Format: Virtual Consulting
Availability: Limited Availability
Corporate paperwork. Compliance. Filing deadlines. Nonprofits have to take valuable time out of actively accomplishing their mission in order to do administrative work required by various agencies. Team Admins specializes in both helping people start nonprofits and in managing them. They take care of the headache of paperwork so you can focus on more meaningful work: helping others.
Team Admins has helped hundreds of nonprofit organizations obtain and maintain their federal 501(c)3 and state nonprofit status. They will help you build a nonprofit geared for longevity with proactive, stable and effective annual management.
Their office will prepare all annual filings required by the state and federal government, including federal Form 990 and state tax return equivalent Form 199.
Team Admins provides free phone and email support.
Please Choose Carefully
This product's Admin Fee is nonrefundable. There are no exchanges.
How to Obtain This Grant
Fill out the "Apply For Grants" form at the bottom of the page. You'll receive an email or call from us to discuss next steps and what your organization’s needs are.
There are four options for the Team Admins Grant: Small, Medium, and Large Nonprofit Management, and Starting a New Nonprofit.
Starting a New Nonprofit
Creating a nonprofit can be equal parts excitement and fluster when you’re not sure where to start. Team Admins are experts in the field, and know exactly what it takes to get the ball rolling. Team Admins will help you start a nonprofit; you'll answer a few questions and they’ll take care of the rest.
This grant includes the following:
* The first year for Large Nonprofits is $800. Subsequent years are only $600. Prices subject to change.
Disclaimer: By filling out this form you allow Grants Group to apply for grants on your behalf. We will not sell your information to any third parties. Applying for grants doesn’t guarantee your organization will receive them.