Discover the most common questions asked by grant writers...and the questions we wish you were asking! Simply provide us with your contact information including your shipping details, and we will send you a free copy of How to Write a Grant: Become a Grant Writing Unicorn.
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What you will soon have in your hands is a distillation of the most important information you need to know about grant writing. You'll learn...
The 7 steps to writing a grant application
How to write a convincing narrative
Finding grants to go after
Deciding whether or not to pursue a grant
How to not run out of time applying
What to do if you don’t have any match funding
How to collect great letters of support
Knowing if you are ready to pursue grant funding
Preparing a grant budget (digital spreadsheet provided!)
And, putting together a funding strategy
“Meredith's book does for Grant Writing what Lynn Truss' book "Eats, Shoots and Leaves" did for grammar - turns something dry and inaccessible into something fun and, dare I say, inspiring? I've written a lot grant proposals over the past decade, and wish I would have had this book along the way.”
Grant writers are by nature community changemakers. They are the 20% doing 80% of the work. They are the quiet leaders, knowing how to build teams, forge community partnerships, and develop ideas into well-planned projects.
Grant writers put heart and soul into everything they do. They work on things that matter. They want to have an impact and better their communities.
Before grant writers become known for their craft, however, they take the time to learn the art of grant writing. Armed with this skill set, can achieve their broader vision.
Sound like you? You have come to the right place.