Lead Editor of loans.org
It doesn’t matter if you’re a teenager, a parent, a business owner, aspiring entrepreneur, or a nonprofit organization: money can be difficult to come by these days. Even in times of economic prosperity, many nonprofit organizations have to fight in order to maintain a steady flow of funding.
While most nonprofits find funding from a variety of sources, one of the staples of charitable support comes in the form of grants. Consequently, nonprofit professionals should be well versed in crafting and compiling well-written grant proposals.
Whether you’re appealing to the government, private organizations, individual investors, or charitable donation services, every grant proposal should include the following:
- Cover letter
- Executive summary
- Information about your organization
- Description of your goals
- Proposed strategy for meeting those goals
- Method for evaluating your success
- A fully developed budget
- Appendix or attachments.