Jack Hubbard, of Waynesboro, is the newest employee of Ghost Writer LLC. He will help with administrative tasks, and website maintenance, and is learning grant writing.
Ghost Writer LLC
Ghost Writer LLC is a Grant-writing and nonprofit organization support firm that was started in 2017. Ghost Writer offers a variety of services for organizations and executive boards.
Ghost Writer puts an entire team of development and marketing professionals at your service for less than the price of hiring one employee. Their team has over 150 years of experience in grant writing, editing, research, marketing, graphic design, fundraising campaigns, and database management.
Jack Hubbard is a community outreach specialist that was hired to help at Ghost Writer LLC do administrative tasks, and website maintenance, and he wants to learn grand writing and manage the Novel Reels program. The Novel Reels program provides families with a free movie screening with free refreshments and a free book that is tied into the selected movie.
Hubbard said “I love helping people, and I love writing, these two passions make grant writing, and especially managing Novel Reels, very fun. I hope that by us hosting Novel Reels, it enlightens people to the great library system we have around us and shines good light through Ghost Writer.”
Hubbard’s early success in grant writing has led to the funding of over 500 backpacks full of food distributed to local children and the funding of arts and after-school programs. He is currently working on a grant that would fund an archival project to preserve the writings and other resources of African Americans who played a Signiant role in Pennsylvania history.
What Other’s Have To Say About Jack
“It is really gratifying to see Jack come to realize the power of the pen to change the world! He is very passionate, helpful, good-natured, and eager to learn,” says Colleen Tidd, Director of Business Development at Ghost Writer, and a frequent partner at Novel Reels events.
Novel Reels will next be screening “Black Panther” at Chambersburg Aquatic Center on Friday, August 5th. Doors open at 8 PM with a free swim party, snack packs, and books related to the Black Panther theme. Books contain a bookmark redeemable at the local library for a second free book.
Learn more about those services at ghostwriterquill.com.