Grant writing best practices all look great on paper, and application requests for proposals look like exciting new ways to support your organizations goals and strategic plan.
The deadline was announced 60 days ago; you have known that your department wanted to apply for 45 of those 60 days, yet all work on the application is happening 10 days before deadline. Or worse yet, 48 hours before the deadline! Colleagues are stressing to provide the requested information in such a short time period. Your work day is extended trying to get the application complete. Your stress
When your organization, department or municipality begins to talk about grant funding as a way to achieve your specific goals, mission and action plans, who is sitting around the table?
Some points to consider for your organization's ROI
Use a mix of past history and federal forecasts to determine which application your organization should start pre-planning for
The new calendar year is here. If you haven’t already taken time to finalize your 2016 grant calendar or prepare your 2016 grant seeking strategy as I suggested at the end of the year, it is never too late to get your pre-planning and strategy in order
The tips below apply to all organizations, regardless of your fiscal year, but are very timely to consider now for those who are currently wrapping up the current fiscal year and anticipating the start of a new year on January 1st
After you celebrate with your grant team over the new award, it is time to get serious about what you need to do to accept and begin implementing the grant.
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