Writing for Non-Profits

Frida Viklund photography hi-res 078Most people I know approach grant and project proposals with a mixture of resignation and dread – a necessary but frustrating step in getting their good work off the ground. The stakes can be high, the details minute, the competition stiff, and the deadlines tight. It can be overwhelming.

If that sounds familiar, take heart: It doesn’t have to be that way.

If you’re new to proposal writing, or if you’re just looking for practical advice about how to put your best foot forward, help yourself to my tip sheet, Show You the Money. It’s designed to guide you through the process of identifying potential funders and making a compelling case for your project.

If you’ve given your proposal the ol’ college try, but still feel a bit lost or under-confident, consider a proposal appraisal. I’ll work with you directly to identify the strengths and weaknesses in your proposal and show you how to improve it.

And if you just want to roll up your sleeves and get to work on your project itself, you can leave the proposal writing to me. Contact me to get started.

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