How does PhilanTrack® save me time?

If my funder isn’t using PhilanTrack, can I still use PhilanTrack to generate proposals and progress reports?

Can I save a copy of a proposal or report to my computer?

How are proposals and progress reports submitted?

If I’ve only partially completed a proposal or report, can my funder see the draft responses?

Does PhilanTrack remind me when a proposal or report is due?

Can other organizations see the information I enter?

How does PhilanTrack® save me time?

Nonprofits spend less time on proposals and reporting by easily reusing data for proposals reports to multiple funders using PhilanTrack for Nonprofits.

If my funder isn’t using PhilanTrack, can I still use PhilanTrack to generate proposals and progress reports?

Yes. As long as you know what information your funder requires in proposals or progress reports, you can generate those proposals or reports using PhilanTrack and submit them as PDFs or Word documents.

Can I save a copy of a proposal or report to my computer?

Yes, you can save a copy of a proposal or progress report to your computer for future reference or to submit offline.

How are proposals and progress reports submitted?

When a foundation requests a proposal or progress report with PhilanTrack, you can complete the report online, then submit it when it is due.

If I’ve only partially completed a proposal report, can my funder see the draft responses?

No, your funder can only see your responses once you have submitted a report. But you can save your work in progress and come back to it at a later date.

Does PhilanTrack remind me when a proposal or report is due?

Yes, PhilanTrack includes a calendar, and sends a reminder two weeks before a proposal or report is due.

Can other organizations see the information I enter?

No. Only you can see the information you enter. When you submit a proposal or progress report, the funder can see the information in the proposal or report.