A quick start guide to winning government grants Course 01

A quick start guide to winning government grants Course 01

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    INTRODUCTION

     

    As grant seekers, it is our job to study the problems within our organization’s mission. A project is an assignment made up of exercises leading to a positive conclusion. Once we have projects designed, then we search for funders wanting to solve the same problems.

    The way we tell the funder about our project is through a proposal. In fundraising, we might send letters to a thousand individuals or organizations requesting donations. That is not the way the world of grants operates. With grants, you write a unique proposal to an individual funder. You follow the funder’s directives for writing that proposal.

    Numerous people make the mistake of writing a single proposal, obtaining a list of names and addresses, and sending that proposal around. Then they wonder why they never get funding. They only think they are writing a grant proposal. Funders disregard such proposals as “non-responsive.” Those people have not understood the investment the funder is attempting to make in a project that will solve the problem in which they are interested.

    Grant seeking is 90% project development, research, analysis and positioning. The rest is writing. One should never write the first line of a proposal until the project is completely developed. Otherwise, you have nothing to write. Once your project is developed, then the proposal writes itself.

    So you want to write a government grant. Or maybe you don’t want to write a grant, but you and your associates have determined that this is the most suitable route to making a vital project happen. If you haven’t written a government grant before, the process can appear quite fierce from the outside. Maybe you’ve heard frightful stories about how you need to spend months computing out the grant landscape, its language and strategies, before even starting to write a grant proposal. Or maybe you’ve heard that common refrain of grant writers: “We never really had much of an attempt at getting it, considering the number of applicants.”

     

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