Annual Subscription

$149.00 / year with a 30-day free trial

Billed yearly until cancelled.

Three Reasons Why You Should Use Nonprofit Bids

  1. It saves valuable time. You can view RFPs all in one place, eliminating the need to constantly search for new opportunities.
  2. It results in more qualified leads. Each listing includes the full project scope and budget so you can be sure you’re bidding on the right work.
  3. It keeps you in the loop. Each time an RFP is posted, you’ll be notified so you can bid faster.

Subscription Details

  1. Billed yearly until cancelled.
  2. Cancel at anytime but please note, prorated refunds are not available.
  3. Once your payment is complete, you will recieve login credentials and can access listings immediately.
  4. You will be added to the RFP notification email list automatically. Notices are delivered daily and include all new RFP listings. You may unsubscribe from the list at anytime.
  5. Added Value: your subscription allows you to submit up to four mutually exclusive provider listings. Handy for any providers or business with different branded service lines.


  • Do you charge a percentage of the project fee if I win the bid?
    Never. In fact, that’s kind of a skeevy practice and only encourages you to pass that along to the nonprofit client. Instead, we charge a flat annual fee.
  • May I share my login with employees?
    You will need to purchase additional subscriptions but we’re happy to provide a special 50% discount code you can use for each employee and will remain valid for as long as the primary subscription remains active, just ask. Sharing login credentials will result in having your account terminated and subscription cancelled without refund.
  • Do you offer free trials or refunds?
    All sales are final, there are no trial periods nor prorated refunds if you cancel your subscription during the annual term.
  • What Kind of Projects Are On Nonprofit Bids?
    When you create an account, you’ll have access to all types of RFPs including grant writing, strategic planning, web design and development, marketing consulting, graphic design and branding, board development, fundraising consulting, and even ticketing/fundraising CRM selection.
  • What do full bids look like?
    Each bid includes the following required fields: title, category, organization name, submission deadline, project description, submission information, and whether they accept questions from providers. Optional details include budget range (although we strongly recommend it and if not provided, they must include details as to why), downloadable RFP in PDF format, proposal requirements, and a link to additional online info. Here’s a mockup of what an RFP listing looks like.
  • Where can I find the full terms of service?
    Right here:

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