Our Light, Inc.
“Hello, my name is Kione and I am the Executive Director of Our Light Inc. I started my non-profit a few years back and struggled to understand the grant writing portion of running a nonprofit. On several occasions I have inquired about a grant writer but to no avail. This past summer of 2020, I sent out an email through NAM (Nonprofit Association of the Midlands) looking for a grant writer and I was blessed with meeting Katie. Not only did Katie research the grants but she did the necessary leg work to make sure the grants we were applying for fit our organization. Katie is incredibly good at answering questions and her response time to emails and phone calls are remarkable. Katie solidified multiple grants for this organization in less than six months. I am incredibly pleased and blessed to have her working side by side with us. I am so excited to see what the future holds. I would recommend Katie and sunflower administrative solutions to anyone looking for grant work. Thank you, Katie!”
“Katie LeDoux at Sunflower Nonprofit Solutions was instrumental in finding and gaining for me a state government grant. We are acquainted through my business (she is a customer). Even before the grant became available, she was always concerning herself with how my business was holding up during the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic. When the grant for small businesses was announced, she reached out to tell me she thought it would be a good fit for me. We agreed to apply, and she took off running. I literally did nothing but provide information. She gave me frequent updates as she waded through the complicated and cumbersome government bureaucracy. She didn’t give up, and when I received notification that I would receive grant money, I think she was as excited as I was. For the same reasons that I’d recommend hiring a tax preparer, an attorney or a real estate agent, I highly recommend Katie for grant writing and funds acquisition. If it’s not your profession, hire someone. And if you’re going to hire someone, get someone who is really good. Katie LeDoux at Sunflower Nonprofit Solutions fits that bill.”