writing proposalA grant proposal is quite different than most other kinds of proposals out there for a few reasons: for one there’s money involved, you’ll be looking to ascertain funds for something, and with the involvement and necessity of money comes a lot more responsibilities and standards and expectations that you have to meet.

A regular proposal simply has to introduce and lay the groundwork for a future project, but a grant proposal has to go beyond this, it has to express the reasoning and implications behind it, meaning that you have to not just convey the details but explain why you specifically should get this grant, why this project or research has to be conducted, and how you will use it in an effective manner.

The most difficult thing about grant proposals is that you have to convey a great deal of information in just a few pages, it’s about being as effective with each word as possible, about having a clear goal and idea of what you’re going to do with the project, conveying the goal along with the steps you will take to achieve it, and then expressing the significance and implication of your grant. It has to be both informative and convincing, and many people struggle to accomplish all of this in the limited scope of the grant proposal, but this is where our professional grant proposal writing service comes in.

We have a team of experienced and skilled professional grant proposal writers who have written all manner of grants and know just what to do to be effective, convincing, and informative in the grant proposal. Whether you’re looking for hands-on help, tips or a professionally completed grant proposal, we’re your destination.

The grant proposal is likely one of the most important documents you’ll have to complete, often the survival and possibility of your research or project rides on successfully getting a grant, so why leave it up to chance and risk not getting it when you can leave it in the hands of professionals instead and get a top-notch research grant proposal that will separate you from the competition without spending hardly any time on it! We work to make your life easier however we can, and though this starts with getting you a great grant proposal we work in many other ways, from great customer service to a simple working process, to make us your sole destination for grant proposal help!

 

Our Service FAQ

I’ve seen books and advertisements that claim that there are millions of dollars in federal grants for business start-ups and entrepreneurs. Can you help me get a grant to start or expand my business?

Many would-be business owners are unfortunately discouraged when they realize that the flashy offers of “free money” and the hype of “get paid $50,000 to write a letter” are nothing more than misleading information designed to make a quick buck.

Contrary to popular belief, the federal government does not award grants to help start up a business. Unless you have a feasible business plan which will in some way better the community as a whole, or further the advancement of technology, you have little, if any chance of getting a federal grant for your business.

Some grant writing companies claim that 90% of their clients are awarded grants. Can you guarantee a grant for my organization?

Just like a doctor cannot “guarantee” a cure, a grant writer cannot guarantee funding from any particular source. The delegation of funds relies on many factors, and there exists no proven “formula” or tactic to ensure that your organization receives a grant over any other applicant.

What does work, however, is a strong proposal that conforms to each source’s unique requirements for approval. Hiring our professional team will ensure that this process is completed carefully, accurately and efficiently.

How long does the grant writing process take?

The time needed to research, prepare and write a grant proposal can vary depending upon the complexity of the grant process and the cooperation and assistance from your organization. Nearly all grants have some form of a deadline, and applications received after that deadline are not considered for funding. It is therefore highly recommended that you have all the paperwork regarding your organization’s status, budget and project outline prepared before seeking a professional grant writer. This will ensure that the process moves quickly and accurately and that we have all of the relevant information we need to help you secure funding.

What about all of those “free money” books? Do those help?

Very little, if at all. The same is true of all of the websites that claim to give you access to federal government funding. In most cases, what funds are available are mainly in areas such as defense contracts, technology and networks, construction, and building supplies. Many of these books that promise “free cash” are nothing more than basic information (which is available free of charge at your local library) that details where to look for funding – not how to get it.

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