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Grant Writing and Grant Proposals

Grant writing is the process of finding grants to fund a specific project or organization and then writing a proposal to be awarded that grant. The proposal itself will have to cover any specific requirements laid out by the individual organization awarding the grant, but there are a few things that should go into any proposal.

Grant writing begins with an eye-catching cover letter. This one-page letter tells the organization who is seeking the grant and what the money will be used for. It should also contain the complete contact information of the grant seeker. The cover letter is followed by a one-page proposal summary. This page explains what the purpose of the project is and what kind of impact it will have. This is often considered to be the most important page area of grant writing, and many grants are awarded based on the summary information.

Information about the organization seeking the grant is then given in the form of its history and purpose, and what goals it has that relate to the current project. A statement of the organization's need for the grant and an overview of the goals of the project will give a more specific look at how the grant will be used.

The last portions give a finite look at the project itself, including the measurable objectives and how the grant dollars will be spent. A timetable section tells the funding organization how each stage of the project will be accomplished and when it will be completed. The final section, the budget, is perhaps the most detailed of all grant writing tasks. It must be comprehensive, including every monetary detail. Anything that will have to be paid in order to get the project finished should be detailed, including labor costs. This section lets the grantor know how well its money will be spent and how far it will go toward accomplishing the goal.


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