Fundwriter.ai 101 – Can A Robot Write Better Than You?

Fundwriter.ai 101 - Can a Robot Write Better Than You
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What happens when your nonprofit uses an A.I. writing assistant for fundraising?

You have probably never used an AI writing assistant, but you might want to start.

Let me tell you about Fundwriter.ai because this tool has transformed the way I work, and I believe it will do the same for you…

Have you ever been faced with writing something and wished that you had an assistant to do the work for you?

Maybe you need to create an appeal for an email campaign, a proposal, or a new set of thank you letters. You’re at your desk just wishing that coherent sentences would magically start appearing.

Then two hours later, you’re sitting there looking through past writing projects and online templates, hoping to find inspiration without a single word written… Sound familiar?

What if a tool could cure writer’s block and produce draft after draft on command?

That tool, Fundwriter.ai, has been in the works for a while and just started opening up to the general public.

Fundwriter.ai uses the power of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to quickly write all sorts of projects for nonprofit development teams (appeals, proposals, prospect emails, social posts, and much more).

Fundwriter.ai is so good, in fact, that it has proven valuable to both mega organizations and new nonprofits. It allows anyone to produce surprisingly good first drafts in a fraction of the time, regardless of the level of expertise.

It feels like magic when I use Fundwriter. I have used it to help me write appeals, emails, thank you letters, and draft some 1- and 2-page proposals.

In fact, I am planning to post a how-to article to teach you how I go about writing a typical appeal with Fundwriter.

Rather than go on about Fundwriter’s benefits, I asked Fundwriter to write about itself.

I opened up one of Fundwriter’s appeal models (Appeal – Human Impact) and entered information as if Fundwriter.ai were a traditional nonprofit. I told it that the goal was to get readers to try Fundwriter.ai. (Normally, the “goal” would be “make a year-end gift,” or something along those lines.)

I spent about 5 minutes writing the “appeal” for Fundwriter. Here is what it wrote for me…

Beautiful communication leads to successful fundraising.

Dawn Sherman’s eyes were starting to glaze over. It was 8 p.m., and she was tired, hungry, and ready for bed. But she had one more thing left to do before she could call it a day: write one more appeal for Giving Tuesday.

She opened up the fundraising email template she had downloaded from her nonprofit’s website, but an hour later, she was still staring at what now seemed like gibberish. Dawn needed fresh eyes on the project to give it that last power wash before sending this out.

It was 8:30 pm when she remembered Fundwriter. Dawn quickly logged in and started to type.

Fundwriter is a writing assistant for nonprofit professionals. After two hours of typing, Dawn was done. Fundwriter had written 10 emails in one sitting. She sent them off to her boss for feedback, and they were ready to go in just one evening.

For Dawn, Fundwriter is the perfect way to help nonprofits grow and make a positive impact in the world. But Dawn’s not the only one who’s embraced Fundwriter.

“The default is to try to do everything, and it’s hard to get other people to help,” says Jennifer Lewis, an experienced nonprofit founder and CEO. “Fundwriter frees up time and energy for me.”

Jennifer has been using Fundwriter to write more appeals and meet more donors.

“It’s giving me back some of my sanity,” she says.

She’s had time to work on the proposal she had been waiting to write for months. And her social media feeds are full of polished, highly personalized content, which is good for everyone.

“Having a tool that helps you do your best work is what you want,” Jennifer says. “Fundwriter helps me do my best work.”

If you’re like Dawn and Jennifer, give Fundwriter a try. It’s free to use, and all you need is an email address.

Fundwriter wrote all of that in less than a minute.

Not bad for a robot!

Love Fundwriter.ai

What is Fundwriter.ai?

Fundwriter.ai is the writing assistant you never knew you always wanted.

It helps you write emails, appeals, thank-you letters, and more without breaking a sweat.

It uses the power of artificial intelligence to help nonprofit development teams and fundraisers create quality first drafts faster than ever before, regardless of experience level.

Who should use Fundwriter.ai?

  • Development Directors – If you are a nonprofit development director, then Fundwriter will be a dream come true. You can use it to produce great first drafts for most projects, including thank-you letters and proposal packages.

  • Nonprofit Founders – Starting a nonprofit means you are a jack of all trades. If you’re a nonprofit founder, then Fundwriter can help you write great donor-facing content like special appeal letters and more. Use it to produce the perfect notes and updates that keep your donors engaged and turn them into passionate supporters.

  • Grant Writers and Contractors – If you are a full-time writer, Fundwriter will be a huge timesaver. It allows you to produce decent first drafts regardless of your expertise or background with the organization. Rapid prototype your ideas and identify what additional information and quotes you will need from the organization.

  • Executive Directors – If you lead a nonprofit, then Fundwriter will be a godsend. You can let Fundwriter do the heavy lifting of writing emails, punching up grant proposals, and more. Use Fundwriter to write for your internal and external audiences.

  • Major Gifts – If you’re a gift officer who focuses on personal relationships, Fundwriter can help you write great donor-facing emails, meeting invites, and proposals. Use Fundwriter to write the perfect notes and updates to keep your prospect warm.

  • Annual Giving – If you’re an annual giving officer, then Fundwriter can help you write great donor-facing content like special appeal letters and more. Use it to produce the perfect notes and updates that keep your donors engaged.

How does Fundwriter.ai work?

To put it simply, Fundwriter.ai uses artificial intelligence that has been trained on billions of real-world examples. Fundwriter further teaches this AI using nonprofit-specific writing samples from websites to appeals to proposals to social posts.

The AI uses all this training to determine what words are most likely to follow the last word. Fundwriter has given the AI room to be creative, so every draft is entirely unique.

The folks at Fundwriter have a quick overview video.

Step 1: Choose a Fundwriter model

Fundwriter.ai is ready to help you write almost any kind of content.

Fundwriter is trained by veteran nonprofit professionals and fundraisers to follow proven writing models that work again and again.

Fundwriter has 35 models at the time of this post, including multiple options for the most important writing projects like appeals, thank you letters, and donor emails. Some models are building blocks to help you assemble longer documents. Some models are intended to help improve or reword passages and improve the quality of your writing.

View of writing models

Read more about the 30+ writing models in the section below.

Select the Fundwriter model that fits your project, and you’re ready for step 2!

Step 2: Enter Your Project Details

Once you have selected a writing model, your next step is to fill in some information about your project.

This is where you get to show the AI what it needs to write about. The quality of your input has a significant effect on the quality of the AI writing.

Each model asks for different information.

At this point, I think the best way to understand how it works is through an example.

Let’s pretend I want to draft a letter for people who volunteer at Cradles to Crayons.

I want to say ‘thank you, and I’d love to include details about a client they’ve helped. I find the “Thank You – Story Driven” model. Let’s give it a try!

The model title appears, and I have a few fields to fill in:

Organization – Enter the name of the organization sending the thank you.

Mission – Enter the organization’s mission. If your mission is vague, try including a general description of what your organization does and why.

Impact – Describe some of your successes. Facts and stats are useful here.

Success story – Enter key details or plot points of a story that demonstrates the organization’s impact.

Reason to say thanks – What do you want to say thanks for? (i.e., “first-time donation”)

Thank You - Story Driven Model inputs

Once you complete the fields, you get to experience the magic in step 3.

Step 3: Generate Drafts with AI

Now that you have selected a model and entered the information you want Fundwriter.ai to write about, you can go ahead and click Generate!

Enjoy a brief moment of zen as the AI does its magic, and Fundwriter’s logo appears and dissolves before you. And then…

Ta-Da! You have five AI-generated drafts ready for your review.

5 Drafts generated by Fundwriter

For longer documents, like “Thank You – Story Driven” in this example, Fundwriter first presents you with 5 beginnings.

Use the “Write more” button, and Fundwriter will continue writing that version. You can even make edits to lead the AI in the direction you want to go.

Fundwriter will generate 5 more drafts that take you in 5 unique directions. Continue the choose your own adventure until you have a complete draft.

Here is one of the complete drafts it generated for our example…

Thank You letter written by Fundwriter.ai

What writing models/skills does Fundwriter.ai offer?

The most significant benefit of using Fundwriter.ai is the growing library of writing models(skills) specific to nonprofits and fundraising.

The Fundwriter.ai team is very responsive to requests for new models, sometimes pushing them out on the same day you request them.

As of this post, Fundwriter.ai has 35 writing models to choose from, including:

  • Appeal – Human Impact
    Write an appeal that features a story of personal impact to connect readers with the people who benefit from their support.
  • Grant Proposal Introduction
    Introduction to a grant proposal or Letter of Intent to a Foundation or Corporate funder.
  • Invite supporter to meet regarding_____
    Write an email that shows you value past support and gets them excited to connect with you.
  • Rewrite for Brevity
    Clean your writing of fluff and clutter to give it a succinct grace.
  • Event Follow-Up
    After an event, there are a lot of personal notes and next-step messages to send out. Plugin some information and quickly move relationships forward.
  • Article Outline
    Plan the outline for your next blog post or newsletter article based on a topic.
  • Gift Proposal Outline
    Outline sections to include in a proposal for a grant or major gift based on the project and funder’s areas of interest.
  • Thank You Letter
    Tired of finding new ways to write the same thank you letter? Draft multiple, unique, and specific thank you letters in minutes.
  • Article Ideas
    Brainstorm article ideas and find every angle on the topics that matter to your organization’s audience.
  • Donor Persona
    Personas are some of the most valuable tools you can use to dial in communication with your target audience.
  • Grant – Letter of Intent
    Let funders know you plan to apply for a grant or gift with an introduction to your project, your organization, and your shared focus.
  • Appeal – It Takes A Village
    Put people at the forefront with a story of transformation and impact. Feature two to four key characters, including people who benefited from your work and the people who helped them.
  • Quotable Inspiration
    Great for social media posts or to drive home a point in other writing projects.
  • Appeal – Research Centered
    This appeal is trained on samples from research-related appeals, but it can work for any organization.
  • Improve Passage
    Improve the readability of a sentence or passage.
  • Article Introduction
    Introduce the topic of your article with an engaging lead-in to hook readers.
  • Reword
    Take a sentence and find different ways to get the information across.
  • Thank You – Story Driven
    Draft a letter to donors describing the impact of their gift through a specific success story.
  • Thank You – Impact Focus
    Show the donor how their gift makes an impact through story, personal anecdotes, and data.
  • Subject Line
    Brainstorm subject lines for appeals, newsletters, and other bulk messages. Generate multiple options for testing, or find the perfect subject line for your next 1:1 email.
  • Photo Caption
    Generate sharable photo captions for your next post or publication. #emojisincluded 😉
  • Appeal – Core Belief
    Demonstrate that your work aligns with your donors’ core beliefs, and they will see you as an ally who deserves support.
  • Expand Idea
    Take an idea or a sentence and expand it into a fully developed paragraph.
  • Social Media Tactics
    Jumpstart your social media with ideas unique to your project and goals.
  • Mission Statement
    Craft a mission statement for your organization that reflects your vision and work.
  • One-Page Grant Proposal
    Draft a one-page summary of your project that hits on all the key areas that funders care about.
  • Partnership Outreach
    Approach a complementary organization about collaborating on a project or sharing resources.
  • Article Section Intro
    Use your article topic and outline to generate content for each section of the article.
  • Google Ad Tactics
    Ideas to make the best use of your $10k Google Ad Grant based on your goals. Test them out to see what works.
  • Likely Questions
    Anticipate questions that will come up in people’s minds. Prepare for meetings with donors, draft FAQs, plan presentations, write for your website, and much more.
  • Paraphrase
    Summarize a passage into fewer words while keeping the main idea.
  • Problem-Agitate-Solution-Impact
    A reliable and powerful writing formula to help your audience connect emotionally with your important work.
  • Build A Bridge
    Fill gaps in your document by connecting two ideas. Add details to stories or transition between ideas.

 

There’s a Fundwriter.ai model for every project – whether you are a development director, gift officer, executive director, contract writer, or starting your own nonprofit!

Fundwriter.ai Examples and Demos

I’ve been raving about Fundwriter.ai and the potential it has to create great content for long enough. Why not show you what it can accomplish using a couple of Fundwriter’s models?

First, almost every fundraising program includes appeals. Writing an appeal that moves donors to give is not an easy task. It needs to connect on a human level and have a clear ask, among other things. 

Fundwriter has a few appeal models that incorporate human stories, but let’s see how it does with a complex story…

Model Name: "Appeal - It Takes A Village"

Inputs:

  • Organization:
    • Los Angeles Cancer Center (LACC)
  • Mission:
    • Our mission is to serve as a regional destination for oncology services that ranks with the best major treatment centers to ensure we deliver superior care to our patients. close to home, regardless of means to pay.
  • Relevant activities:
    • Los Angeles Cancer Center is home to cutting-edge technology including two Elekta Versa HD linear accelerators, a diagnostic laboratory, and superb clinical research, genetic counseling, and supportive care and wellness programs.
  • List your story’s characters:
    • Anthony is a citrus farmer in the San Joaquin Valley. He is married to Amber.
    • Dr. Marootian was Anthony’s top-rated surgeon Dr. Butler was Anthony’s Radiologist who made Anthony and Amber believe they would beat cancer
  • List the story’s key moments:
    • September 2015 Anthony lost feeling in three fingers on his right hand.
    • January 2016 Anthony visited LACC for the first time where brain cancer was confirmed and he met with Dr. Marootian.
    • February Surgery to remove the cancer March Dr. Butler gives them confidence in Anthony and Amber on radiation options and new approaches day Anthony is grateful and optimistic
  • I want the reader to…:
    • Make a gift that will be matched 3:1 by an anonymous donor
  • Letter signer:
    • Anthony, patient and cancer survivor


Show us what you can do, Fundwriter!

Appeal Draft #1 - Written by Fundwriter.ai

Citrus farmer Anthony remembers the day he lost feeling in his right hand for no reason. His young family was struggling to afford food, much less medical care.

So when the feeling in his fingers returned, he was relieved. He didn't know he'd be diagnosed with brain cancer just five months later.

But Anthony and his wife Amber faced it head on. Together, they drove to Los Angeles Cancer Center, where their brain cancer was confirmed. They met Dr. Marootian, an expert surgeon who would remove the cancer.

Just three days following his surgery, Anthony met with Dr. Butler, who gave them confidence in Anthony's chances of beating the cancer. They also learned about new treatments, radiation options, and other approaches.

Today, Anthony is grateful and optimistic. He thanks LACC for their care, even before he knew he needed it.

Anthony's cancer was one of the 35,000 new cases identified each year in Southern California.

We are all in this fight.

If you also want to beat cancer - not just for yourself but for your family and friends - become one of LACC's champions by making a donation today.

Your generosity will match 3:1 by an anonymous donor.

Thank you for your support.

Sincerely,

Los Angeles Cancer Center

Appeal Draft #2 - Written by Fundwriter.ai

My name is Anthony. I'm a citrus farmer in the San Joaquin Valley, and Amber is my wife.

September 2015, I lost feeling in three fingers on my right hand. I had never been to LACC before, but I was referred by one of my neighbors for a neurological consultation.

January 2016, I met with Dr. Marootian, who diagnosed me with brain cancer. His team at LACC has been nothing but wonderful throughout the treatment process. They are knowledgeable, confident, and compassionate, which has given our family confidence in the care they are providing to us.

February 2016, I had surgery to remove the cancer. Dr. Marootian recommended I continue with radiation as an adjuvant treatment. I trusted his judgment and we were pleasantly surprised when we found out that LACC has a new approach in radiation called proton therapy.

March 2016, Amber and I met with Dr. Butler who is in charge of LACC's diagnostic radiology and he was enthusiastic about showing us the new Elekta Versa HD linear accelerator. We were also able to ask him about the benefits of proton therapy and how it was different from traditional radiation. He made us feel like we knew all about the subject and made us believe we would beat cancer.

Today, our lives are getting back to normal and we're grateful and optimistic.

Los Angeles Cancer Center provides cutting-edge technology and compressive cancer care to people like me, close to home. They are the best at what they do, which is why I am writing to ask you to make a gift that will be matched 3:1 by an anonymous donor.

Thank you for your generosity.

Appeal Draft #3 - Written by Fundwriter.ai

Anthony is a citrus farmer in the San Joaquin Valley. He is married to Amber.

One day last September, Anthony lost feeling in three fingers on his right hand, and was unable to move them. After being misdiagnosed at a local hospital, he sought out help from the experts at LACC.

The doctors found that Anthony had a brain cancer, and after initial surgery it was clear they were on the right track. Tony visited LACC for the first time and met with Dr. Marootian, who gave him hope.

'He made me and my wife believe we would beat the cancer,' Anthony recalls. But not everything went as planned during surgery, and Anthony awoke to find his tumor was still there.

As it turned out, radiation was the only way to destroy this type of cancerous mass, and Dr. Butler gave Anthony and Amber the confidence they needed to move forward with treatment.

'During every visit, he always had a big smile,' Amber remembers. 'He really listened to me, and gave me hope. He was very good.'

Today, Anthony is grateful and optimistic. 'I go for regular check-ups to see how the cancer is doing. If you think about it - that's pretty amazing,' he says. 'I'm not telling you I'm totally cured or anything like that, but I do feel better.'

Anthony is grateful to the doctors at LACC who helped him beat cancer, and he hopes his story inspires others to make a gift to show their support.

'I'm a citrus farmer in the San Joaquin Valley, and I really appreciate the benefits of LACC for me and my family,' Anthony says. 'I'm telling you, it's a great place. I owe them a lot.'

Appeal Draft #4 - Written by Fundwriter.ai

Amber and I were both born and raised in the San Joaquin Valley. As citrus farmers, we've been blessed with a simple life with lots of time to spend with family and friends.

But like most people, we also had our share of challenges. In September of 2015, I noticed that I was starting to lose feeling in my three fingers on my right hand.

I visited my doctor who referred me to LACC for diagnosis.

I met with Dr. Marootian and he told me that my brain cancer was confirmed and surgery was my best option for treating it.

We were so thankful to have the support and guidance of Dr. Butler and his team as they helped us understand radiation options and new approaches.

The whole experience was overwhelming, but we were grateful and optimistic.

When we heard that the cancer had come back in late 2016 and I had to undergo more surgery, we returned to LACC for treatment.

We're grateful that the doctor and staff at LACC were with us every step of the way. It's exactly what we need when we're faced with cancer.

And now, as I think back on my cancer journey, I can't believe how lucky I am. Dr. Butler and his team helped me and Amber stay positive and be hopeful, even when we were scared. They taught us about how to cope with our fears and uncertainties.

He talked about how cancer treatment is constantly changing and he emphasized that I should never give up.

He was right.

Today, I'm cancer free and feeling better than ever.

Appeal Draft #5 - Written by Fundwriter.ai

I always enjoyed working the family farm. There was nothing like the feel of the earth in your hands or the sun on your skin. I loved that my wife Amber and I could live off the land and watch our crops grow. It made me happy.

But then I started feeling numbness in my fingers. We went to LACC, and we met with Dr. Marootian, who knew we were worried and had a plan for us. He told us we needed to remove the cancer and had a good chance of beating it. But he also wanted us to meet with Dr. Butler, our Radiologist. Dr. Butler really helped us understand that new ways of fighting cancer were on the horizon. That encouraged us, especially when Dr. Butler said he had treated people with brain cancer before and had good success rate. 

Within a few days we felt like we had an army of experts on our side. And it paid off. The surgery was successful. The radiation therapy was successful. We were cancer free.

It's hard to say how much the staff at LACC helped us get through this tough time in our life. It feels like they're part of our family. 

I am grateful for everything they did to help us beat cancer. And I'm happy to know that you can help others get the same great care with your donation to LACC.

Sincerely, 

Anthony

A lot is going on in this appeal, but Fundwriter handled it well.

It doesn’t get easier than that. It usually takes a day for me to get 5 different drafts in decent shape. This only took 15 minutes. 😂

Now, let’s say we want to meet with a vital donor or community member about a sensitive project. 

Can Fundwriter help with that? Let’s try the “Invite Supporter To Meet Regarding ____” model…

Model Name: "Invite Supporter To Meet Regarding ______"

Inputs:

  • Organization:
    • Yellowstone Valley Conservation Corps (YVCC)
  • What would you like to get their input on?:
    • We would like to explore a partnership with the Treasure State Mountaineers (TSM). We know that you have been active with both YVCC and TSM. We would like to discuss the concept and the right way to approach TSM about partnering. 
  • Who are you to this person?:
    • I am the Development Director for Yellowstone Valley Conservation Corps. We have not spent much time together because i am new. 
  • Describe their past support:
    • One of our largest donors and an active volunteer for 15 years. Served on our board of directors until last year. 

Meeting Invite Draft #1

I am writing to let you know that we have been exploring the possibility of a partnership with the Treasure State Mountaineers (TSM). As you know, YVCC and TSM have a long history together, but we’d like to explore a more formal partnership.

We have talked about this internally and have come up with a few ideas – from getting our volunteers out on some of TSM’s projects to creating a financial partnership. We would love to get your thoughts as an active member of both organizations. I’ve scheduled some time in my calendar for us to talk on the phone about this opportunity: [INSERT CALENDAR LINK]. Please pick a time that works for you.

Looking forward to a great conversation!

Meeting Invite Draft #2

I am writing to get your thoughts on an exciting opportunity. YVCC is exploring the idea of a partnership with Treasure State Mountaineers (TSM). We know you have been active both organizations for many years and we were hoping that you might be able to share your thoughts about how this partnership could look like.

As the Development Director for Yellowstone Valley Conservation Corps I am new at my job and would love some input. Please let me know if you would like to get together in person or via Skype. I will make sure it works around your schedule.

Looking forward to getting some insights from you!

Meeting Invite Draft #3

I wanted you to know that I recently met with the new Executive Director of the Treasure State Mountaineers (TSM) and we had a great conversation about the work TSM does in Montana.

I was really excited to learn about their mission, which is focused on youth development through outdoor experiences. It sounds like they are doing some great work with kids and I think YVCC would be a strong partner for them.

As one of our largest donors and an active volunteer, I thought you might have some insights to share about how we could best approach this partnership. Would it make sense for us to get together in person or via Skype? Here is my calendar: [INSERT CALENDAR LINK]. Please let me know what works for you.

I look forward to discussing this partnership more!

Meeting Invite Draft #4

I want to take a moment and thank you for your 15 years of support and service at Yellowstone Valley Conservation Corps (YVCC). As you know, YVCC is a unique organization that provides conservation education opportunities to students from all across Montana.

While we have been very active in our community, we’ve never had the chance to connect with The Treasure State Mountaineers (TSM). I am writing because I would like to explore a partnership between YVCC and TSM. This would be an exciting opportunity for both organizations as we could potentially bring more hands-on conservation experiences to youth throughout the state.

As a former board member and long-time supporter, I think you have a great understanding of what YVCC does and how we could best partner with TSM. I would love to talk with you about this opportunity and get your thoughts on the right way to approach TSM for a potential partnership.

Please let me know if there is a time in the next couple of weeks when we can connect either in person or via Skype so we can discuss this more.

Looking forward to hearing your thoughts!

Meeting Invite Draft #5

I am writing to let you know I would love to get your thoughts on a partnership with the Treasure State Mountaineers. We have been in contact with the Executive Director and he has expressed interest in a meeting or conference call to discuss partnership opportunities.

You have been a huge supporter of YVCC over the years and we know you are also active with TSM. We would love it if you could join us in exploring potential ways we can partner together to make an impact for conservation and outdoor education in Montana.

I tried to make it as easy as possible, so feel free to book a time that works for you in my calendar here: [INSERT CALENDAR LINK]. I will be sending out introductory emails with more information and additional details about the partnership opportunity.

Looking forward to hearing your thoughts!

👌

I don’t know about you, but these are all great starts for me.

I’d probably add an intro that builds some more rapport before diving in. But as far as substance goes, this gives me some solid options and helps me decide on which way to go.

Fundwriter.ai Pricing - How much does it cost?

Fundwriter.ai offers two pricing plans that are sure to cover your needs Basic and Professional

How much does Fundwriter.ai cost? The Basic plan is $29/month and gives you access to 20,000 words each month and all fully developed writing models. The Professional plan is $89/month. It gives you access to unlimited words along with early access to new models before they are widely released.

Here is a comparison table outlining the features offered in each of the Fundwriter.ai pricing plans.

Basic
$29
per month billed monthly
20,000 words/mo

30+ Writing Models
Al Powered Idea Generators
Unlimited Projects

Professional
$89
per month billed monthly
Unlimited words

Unlimited Al Generated Writing
30+ Writing Models
Al Powered Idea Generators
Early Access to New Features

Fundwriter.ai Free Trial

Does Fundwriter offer a free trial? Yes, Fundwriter.ai provides a 14-day free trial with full access to the Basic plan features.

Fundwriter.ai Monthly vs Annual Pricing - Which Plan is the Better Deal?

Fundwriter.ai offers the option of monthly or annual pricing plans.

Here are the monthly pricing plans:

Monthly Pricing Options

If you choose to purchase Fundwriter for an entire year, you get the benefit of 2 months free, which will save you almost $200 on the Professional plan.

Considering that a professional writer typically costs at least $250 per appeal, it might be a no-brainer to purchase the yearly Professional plan and get 2 months of Fundwriter.ai for free.

Once you’ve created only 5 appeals or grant proposals with Fundwriter.ai, it will have already paid for itself. I expect you can accomplish that in a week. Think about what you can do in a year!

Here are the pricing plans when you purchase Fundwriter.ai on a yearly plan.

Annual Pricing Options

Which Plan Should I Choose?

It comes down to your budget, but this is a tool that pays for itself. So, it probably comes down to how much time you want to save.

Personally, I love the freedom of unlimited words and generating new writing without a second thought.

Final Thoughts – Is Fundwriter.ai worth it?

Yes, Fundwriter.ai is undoubtedly worth a try, and I think you’ll find it worth the price and very dependable. Fundwriter’s writing is high-quality, and you will be able to produce far more for your nonprofit than you ever could before.

Plus, you save money by not having to hire a writer or onboard a new staff member.

Which Fundwriter.ai plan is best? I recommend purchasing the Professional plan, which unlocks the ability to produce unlimited AI words every month and gives you early access to new models!

Plus, it just lets your writing fly because you don’t have to pace yourself.

Whatever you choose, I hope you will let me know what you think below in the comments. Your review will help others out, too.

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