Awarded Grants

  1. Education
    From the Maryland State Department of Education for Del. Levi
  2. Education
    From Bank of America Corporation for Financial Education
  3. Education
    From the U.S. Department of Education for Wake County Shools Physical Education
  4. Education
    From the U.S. Department of Education for Wake County Schools Mentoring Program
  5. Education
    NC Department of Public Instruction for Communities in Schools After-school programs
  6. Education
    5 Grants from the U.S. Department of Education for Alabama
  7. Education
    The Alabama 4-H Club Foundation for Leadership Programs
  8. Education
    The Alabama 4-H Foundation for Citizenship Washington
  9. Education
    NC Department of Human Resources for Outdoor Education
  10. Education
    NC Department of Community Colleges for College Administrators
  11. Education
    From U.S. Department of Education for Title III Faculty Training
  12. Education
    From U.S. Department of Education for Career Center
  13. Energy & Transportation
    From U.S. Department of Energy for Alternative Energy Research
  14. Energy & Transportation
    National Science Foundation - Computer Science Robotics - Shaw University Raleigh, NC
  15. Energy & Transportation
    From U.S. Department of Energy for Innovative Bike Ways
  16. Energy & Transportation
    From U.S. Department of Energy for Energy Awareness
  17. Health & Human Services
    From U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for AIDS Education Program
  18. Health & Human Services
    Health Resource Services Administration for Community Health Center, Durham, NC
  19. Health & Human Services
    Department of Health Human Services Employment, Construction and Mixed Used Housing, Durham, NC
  20. Community Development
    U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for Community Development
  21. Community Development
    Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation for the Bricks Museum at the Franklinton Center at Bricks in Edgecombe County
  22. Community Development
    N.C. Department of Natural Resources & Community Development to keep a large business in town and a revolving loan fund for start-up businesses
  23. Community Development
    N.C. Department of Natural Resources & Community Development for facilities for a large community park
  24. Community Development
    From the City of Durham, North Carolina for Incubator
  25. Community Development
    From the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for a large community park
  26. Community Development
    N.C. Department of Natural Resources & Community Development for a revolving loan fund for small businesses
  27. Community Development
    City of Durham, NC Street Scape for Historic Durham
  28. Community Development
    City of Raleigh Community Enhancement Program for YMCA Summer Youth Camp
  29. Community Development
    City of Raleigh Arts Commission for Hand Bells and Bell-like instruments
  30. Community Development
    Housing Urban Development Housing Counseling Raleigh, NC


  1. Dr. Hicks will maximize your potential receipt of grants. We had been struggling to get our 501c3 completed by friends and she came into the organization, completed it in a matter of a couple of weeks and gave us advice on how to optimize our grant funding.
    Neil L. Coles, Past Director St. Paul Development Initiative
  2. I was in a hurry because I had a grant due and Grant Professional came to my location and wrote my 501c3 application in 7 days and sent it to the IRS with an expedite letter. I received my 501c3 letter of determination in 2 weeks. It was a quick, professional and easy process
    C. Crandall, Director, Pro Se Reentry Recovery Services, Inc.
  3. Thank you for filing the 501c3 so quickly and with the expedite letter to the IRS. We have a tight deadline and I could tell you are someone I want to work with because you are professional and know exactly what you are doing. I will continue our relationship even after we get the charter school so that we can work on grants and other things.
    Dr. Mary Johnson, CEO, Success in Learning Math Center, Inc.
  4. I had to reinstate my 501c3 because I didn't realize I had to file that E-postcard every year. Grant Professional made the process easy and helped me to successfully sort out my 3 year budget that I needed to file for the IRS. I'm really happy that we are reinstated so we can accept donations and apply for grants.
    Sadjah Abdul-Wakil, Director HALO, Inc.
  5. Dr. Angela Hicks successfully wrote our five year HRSA grant which was funded for over $20 million.
    Dr. Evelyn D. Schmidt, CEO, Lincoln Community Health Center
  6. The Grant Professional located and wrote a grant for the YMCA’s afterschool program that significantly reduced the number of unsupervised/ latchkey children in our community. We were really grateful for the $75,000 received from the City of Raleigh.
    Janice Scott, Accountant, Garner Road YMCA
  7. We would highly recommend Grant Professional's services. Her grant writing efforts helped us secure $800,000 to assist the City of Durham with jobs training and employment opportunities.
    R. Edward Stewart, UDI-CDC and Bill Bell, Mayor of Durham.
  8. I received a $150,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to continue my research work which was due to the highly efficient and effective grant writing and development services of Dr. Angela Hicks.
    Dr. Wei Jin, Shaw University
  9. Thanks to the grant writing and development work of Dr. Hicks, Community Education Services, Inc. received two consecutive years of counseling grants from HUD totaling $100,000.
    Dr. Diana Chen, Community Education Services, Inc.
  10. Dr. Angela Hicks taught grant workshops for us in counties across the state of North Carolina. Many participants said Dr. Hicks is a very informative speaker who presented well-organized and helpful information
    Gene Scott, North Carolina Workforce Development Training Center
  11. Dr. Hicks wrote a successful application to obtain 501(c)(3) status for the St. Paul Development Initiative. She is very knowledgeable, well-organized, and detail-oriented in her work.
    Neil Coles, St. Paul Development Initiative