Grantwriting
Introduction to Grant Writing
Presented by: Bobby Becka
RBServices
Speaking in
Code?
‘YOU
$s
for Programs
ding
ities
How grant proposals are commonly written:
Proactive:
Reactive:
Identify
Grant
Possibilities
Identify
Grant
Possibilities
I...
Searching for Funding
Step 1: Clarify Project Parameters
Define
the
Project
Types of Funders
Private Funders / Foundations
State agencies
Federal agencies
Personal Contact
Letter of Inquiry /
Letter of Intent
Proposal
•Initial contact with the funding entity
establishes genera...
Searching for Funding
Step 2: Locate and Access Funding Sources
To Write
or
Not To Write
Services you should
expect from your
grantwriter.
Services you should NOT expect
from your grantwriter.
MIRACLES
Spinning straw into gold
Working for nothing
basically, time is money
Searching for Funding
Step 3: Identify Opportunities
Working
with
Opportunities
Parts of a Proposal
Introduction
Need
Goals
Objectives
Workplan
Management Plan
Evaluation
Budget
Appendices
Before Finishing
the Proposal
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Introduction to Grant Writing

  1. 1. Grantwriting Introduction to Grant Writing Presented by: Bobby Becka RBServices
  2. 2. Speaking in Code?
  3. 3. ‘YOU $s for Programs ding ities
  4. 4. How grant proposals are commonly written: Proactive: Reactive: Identify Grant Possibilities Identify Grant Possibilities Identify Need Areas Identify Need Areas Establish connection w/Funder Establish connection w/Funder PanicPanic Compose “Boiler Plate”, Send to Any/All Compose “Boiler Plate”, Send to Any/All No Money Damaged Rep No Money Damaged Rep
  5. 5. Searching for Funding Step 1: Clarify Project Parameters
  6. 6. Define the Project
  7. 7. Types of Funders Private Funders / Foundations State agencies Federal agencies
  8. 8. Personal Contact Letter of Inquiry / Letter of Intent Proposal •Initial contact with the funding entity establishes general needs and goals •The best avenue for addressing these needs are assessed through further research •Results come in the form of data, funding search, literature review, and/or commitment to proposal preparation •Preparation of narrative and budget sections of proposal •Proposal submission •Funding and/or ‘Not’
  9. 9. Searching for Funding Step 2: Locate and Access Funding Sources
  10. 10. To Write or Not To Write
  11. 11. Services you should expect from your grantwriter.
  12. 12. Services you should NOT expect from your grantwriter. MIRACLES Spinning straw into gold Working for nothing
  13. 13. basically, time is money
  14. 14. Searching for Funding Step 3: Identify Opportunities
  15. 15. Working with Opportunities
  16. 16. Parts of a Proposal Introduction Need Goals Objectives Workplan Management Plan Evaluation Budget Appendices
  17. 17. Before Finishing the Proposal

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