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Get Straight to the Point

Updated: Apr 24, 2023


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Grant writing can be a challenging task, but it's a critical skill for non-profit organizations, educational institutions, and other entities that rely on grants to fund their projects. In this blog post, we'll cover the basics of grant writing, including how to prepare for the grant writing process, how to research potential funders, and how to write a compelling grant proposal that stands out from the crowd.


Before you start writing your grant proposal, it's essential to determine the scope and goals of your project. What are you trying to achieve, and how will the grant funds help you reach those goals? Create a project plan that outlines your objectives, timelines, and budget.

  1. Research potential funders

Once you have a clear idea of your project's scope and goals, it's time to start researching potential funders. Look for organizations and foundations that align with your mission and values. Review their grant guidelines and application requirements to ensure that your project fits their funding priorities.

  1. Develop your proposal narrative

Your grant proposal narrative is the heart of your application. It should explain your project's purpose, goals, and expected outcomes. Be specific and use data and evidence to support your claims. Address any potential challenges or risks and explain how you plan to mitigate them.

  1. Prepare your budget and budget narrative

Your budget is a critical component of your grant proposal. It should include all project expenses, including personnel, supplies, equipment, and indirect costs. Use a spreadsheet or budget software to organize your expenses and create a detailed budget narrative that explains each expense.

  1. Review and edit your proposal

Once you have a draft of your grant proposal, review and edit it carefully. Look for grammar and spelling errors, inconsistencies, and unclear language. Ask a colleague or mentor to review your proposal and provide feedback.


By following these five steps, you can create a compelling grant proposal that stands out from the competition. In our next post, we'll cover the final steps of the grant writing process, submitting your proposal and following up with potential funders.





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