How to Succeed
   Complete the application as directed.   The funder’s guidelines will tell you what to    do.       Deadlines, online...
   At the beginning of your proposal or on the    cover sheet, start with a two or three    sentence summary of your prop...
   Here you will convince the funder that your    issue is important.   Clearly explain the problem/situation/need    le...
   Tell what your organization plans to do about    the problem.   What are your overall goals?   Provide details.   D...
   What are you going to do? Describe the    activities.   What project planning has already taken    place?   Who is g...
   What impact will your project have? What    change will result from your project?   Be specific. Give details.
   How will you know if your project has been    successful?   Who will gather the evaluation information    and how wil...
   How much will the project cost?   Expenses may be personnel, direct project,    and administrative/overhead.   Provi...
   Know the submission deadline.       Submit on time or early.   Follow the correct format.   Follow all directions c...
   For help:       Contact: Stephanie Vera            SVERA@MIDDLESEXCC.EDU            OR            Post comments/qu...
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  1. 1. How to Succeed
  2. 2.  Complete the application as directed. The funder’s guidelines will tell you what to do.  Deadlines, online or hard copy, answer all questions, documentation Not following the guidelines could cause you to not get funding!
  3. 3.  At the beginning of your proposal or on the cover sheet, start with a two or three sentence summary of your proposal. This will help your reader follow your application.
  4. 4.  Here you will convince the funder that your issue is important. Clearly explain the problem/situation/need leading to your desire for a grant. Describe the situation in factual and human interest terms. Adding good data shows that your organization is an expert. Don’t assume the funder is an expert on the issue. You could add an informative article to provide background information.
  5. 5.  Tell what your organization plans to do about the problem. What are your overall goals? Provide details. Describe the target audience and how you will involve them.
  6. 6.  What are you going to do? Describe the activities. What project planning has already taken place? Who is going to do the work? What are their credentials? When and where will the project take place?
  7. 7.  What impact will your project have? What change will result from your project? Be specific. Give details.
  8. 8.  How will you know if your project has been successful? Who will gather the evaluation information and how will it be used?
  9. 9.  How much will the project cost? Expenses may be personnel, direct project, and administrative/overhead. Provide details.
  10. 10.  Know the submission deadline.  Submit on time or early. Follow the correct format. Follow all directions carefully.
  11. 11.  For help:  Contact: Stephanie Vera  SVERA@MIDDLESEXCC.EDU  OR  Post comments/questions on the Intranet!
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