LEARN HOW TO CONSTRUCT A GRANT PROPOSAL
A concentrated short guide to writing a good grant proposal
- Need help organizing your thoughts about your program?
- Want to learn how to make a persuasive argument for support?
- Don’t have time to read a 300-page grant writing guide?
Then The Quick Wise Guide to Writing Grant Proposals was written for you. It presents an in-depth short course in the elements of a good grant proposal narrative. You’ll learn what questions funders expect to see answered and how to weave those answers into a compelling case for support of your nonprofit.
Unlike other grant writing guides, this quick guide concentrates solely on the writing process to help you express yourself with clarity and passion. Its informal style will make you feel like a good friend is guiding you along.
Use The Quick Wise Guide to Writing Grant Proposals to get started today.
Table of Contents
1. Articulate the Problem
2. Present Your Credentials
Dealing with the Competition
Pulling It All Together
How You Will Fix the Problem
Purpose of the Program
How You Will Make It Happen
Who Will Do What
Who Will Benefit
When and Where
Looking Inward; Looking Outward
How You Will Know You Have Done Well
Summing It All Up
3. Some Notes about Tone and Style
4. Final Notes
Sample Grant Proposal Narrative
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