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Grant Writing That Works -- An Overview Of Our Top Authority On Writing Grants

Updated February 11, 2017

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This page gives you an overview of Grant Writing That Works, our own experienced-based document, and top authority on writing grants.

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Table of Contents

  1. Develop Your Grant Proposal
    1. Prepare Yourself
    2. Develop Ideas
    3. Get Outside Support
    4. Identify A Funding Source
    5. Get Organized To Write
    6. Review Your Preliminary Work
  2. Write Your Grant Proposal
    1. Proposal Summary
    2. Introduction Of Organization
    3. Problem Statement
    4. Project Objectives
    5. Project Methods
    6. Project Evaluation
    7. Future Funding
    8. Project Budget
  3. Heed Agency Insider Advice
    1. Ask Questions Boldly
    2. Organize Your Proposal
    3. Meet Mandatory Requirements
    4. Know The Point Rated Criteria
    5. Do The Technical Section Thoroughly
    6. Do The Management Section Convincingly
    7. Address Each And Every Point
    8. Do The Financial Section Precisely
    9. Package Your Proposal Properly
  4. Use Grant Writing Trade Secrets
    1. Two Steps To Getting A Grant
    2. Six Secrets To Writing And Getting Grants
    3. Seven Qualities You Need To Succeed
    4. Eight Expert Tips On Money Searching
    5. Five Rules For How To Treat Grant Agencies
    6. The Ten Commandments Of Phone Etiquette
    7. Four Essential Reality Checks
  5. Stick With Essential Resources
    1. Ability Mission Resources
    2. Government Resources
    3. Foundation Center Resources
    4. Other Resources

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