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Get the guide to learn how to write better grant proposals!
As you begin to write grants, you need to feel confident that even though each funder has its own specific application guidelines, you have much of the basic information they need already developed, and easy to access. Having documentation, such as board bios, general operating budget, organizational chart, etc. already prepared will significantly contribute to the completed proposal and reduce the time each request takes to write and assemble.
You do not have to be a great writer to secure grant awards. But you do have to be clear in what you say and also demonstrate the credibility of both your organization and the project that needs funding. Both of these issues—clarity and credibility—can be strengthened via the documentation we will cover in this guide.
This guide will go over key information on:
- Mission Statement
- Organizational History/Current Situation
- Structure and Leadership
- Budget Presentation
- Multiple examples of what to include in your proposal
Now, you can download this guide crafted by the experts so you can write grants like a pro and secure more funds for your organization!
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