These posts share grantwriting tips, based on 18 years of writing and reviewing grant proposals. Check out the helpful advice in the comments, and please add your wisdom, too.
8 tell-tale signs of a grantwriting rookie – New to grantwriting? Are you sending signals that you are a newbie?
6 tips for your next budget – Good writing can go a long way in getting the grant. So can good numbers.
Dissecting the rejection – When you don’t get the grant, it’s important to find out why.
8 tips for hosting a site visit – How to put your best foot forward when foundation officers come calling.
How readable is your grant proposal? – Put your next request to the readability test and help your readers understand a whole lot more.
Lead with the right hook – Use the first sentence of your grant request to reel in your reader and introduce your mission.
3 steps to an artful ask – A good call to action is as simple as 1, 2, 3.
5 faux pas to avoid with funders – These 5 examples will make most grantmakers cringe.