Grant Proposal Writing Process

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Grant Proposal writing process

University of Phoenix Axia College

Name, Title (Grant maker Contact)
Foundation, Bank, Corporation (Grant maker)
City, State, and Zip Code

RE: Name of Grant (PEACE: A safe house)

Grant Proposal Summary:
It should provide details of your background, all information t o help contact you, the reason why you are seeking the grant, a brief introduction of your project, your experience in previous projects, and how the project will be helpful to the community as a whole. Asking the funding for $150,000 for 3 years would be enough to fund the program I am asking. Proposal Summary

* Limit to one page.
* State the organization making the request and link organizational background to the proposal purpose. * State your project purpose.
* Briefly state how your project will be implemented. * State the results you expect from your project.
Include your total budget amount, other funds that are committed and the amount of your request.

The body:
1. Next is the body of the proposal. This contains information about the safe house you want to set up. It should clearly outline the vision of your organization, its past successes and a brief description about the management and staff. In case you had taken any other funding for your company, details of these funds should be furnished in your proposal. A proper assessment should be presented about how you plan to utilize the money. If the project is addressing any social problem, then you need to project how it will solve the problem. The realistic goals and objectives of the company need to be defined properly. This will require a specific as well as overall understanding of the entire project. You also need to write about the methodology to be used including the tasks to be performed and the resources which will fund them. A detailed report of the number of people working on the project, the equipment needed and the...
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