Always Send a Thank You Letter No Matter the Outcome

Tammy’s Tip – Always Send a Thank You Letter!

You must send a Thank You Letter to the funder! No matter what! If they don’t choose your child or the type of funding that you needed. The funder will remember that thank you letter the next time you apply. If they do fund you it is even more important to send that thank you!…

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New Autism Funding Source – The Thinking Moms’ Revolution

The Thinking Moms’ Revolution is a group of parents who are paying it forward. Team TMR, the 501(c)(3) organization founded by The Thinking Mom’s Revolution, provides help to families struggling with medical, emotional, educational, and financial hardship due to complex medical needs faced by their children diagnosed with autism and other developmental disabilities. Health and…

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Product Feature – CapeAble Sensory Products

I’m so pleased to feature one of my amazing sponsors, CapeAble. I first met Marna and Susan from CapeAble at the disAbilities Expo in Fort Wayne, Indiana a few years ago! I was there promoting my original Disability Funding Guide with my daughters, Melissa and Katherine. I was also looking for sponsors for my book.…

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Tip – If You Get a “No”, Think of It as a “Not Yet”

If you get a “no” letter, don’t give up, you just go and ask someone else! You will get a “no” some of the time. But if you keep at it you will eventually get a “YES”! Oh, and when you get that “yes” for the first time you will see that it is truly…

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