Steps to Writing a Grant Proposal
Grant proposals differ from program to program however they have the same process that makes the difference in whether it is supported financially. It is very important to be aware of the dates that agencies specify for applying for a grant as to when they are accepting applications. In the case of PEACE, a Domestic Violence Agency, the grant starts by identifying the program’s critical needs within the targeted community. In their case they have been experiencing an increase of domestic and youth violence, spousal and child abuse, assault, and reports of incidences of road rage over the last 5 years. It has established that clients with poor characteristics and background tend to live in unsafe conditions resulting in having problems caused by forms of violence. Often time’s clients are blocked from solving these problems because they suffer from a lack of support. If this problem is not dealt with correctly it becomes related to other problems such as murder and suicide which have long term consequences. The impact of their problems within the community is important to acknowledge because it transforms through our children. Others have addressed their needs by doing putting up funds, but the results have been minimal change. The most promising strategy for change is to support through counseling and housing. This will help to reduce incidence of sexual assault and domestic violence through education. To address the problems they are adhering, the grant proposal must discuss the targeted objective. When writing the proposal, the first area to cover is an abstract which discusses the organizations information, purpose, targeted population as well as specifications related to the intentions. The idea behind having the abstract is to characterize the organization and the purpose it has. The next step to the proposal is to write up the table of contents so the proposal can establish the...
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