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When you begin the formal proposal writing process be sure to get all your documents in order. Gather and collect any critical pieces of reference material. Collect inspiration articles or clippings in a file, write down every idea or thing you think off no matter how small or seemingly insignificant. Review this inspirational material often and try to play off your current ideas and develop new ones. These materials ( or assets ) will form the core of your proposal, they will serve as a lose outline in the beginning. As you begin writing your grant proposal these ideas will gel into a solid plan, which will be clear and concise, all the details will naturally fall into place. "Tips"

These are the Basic Essential Components of a "Winning" Grant Proposal 

1. Summary of proposed project or idea
2. Introduction of you and / or your organization
3. Statement of the problem of wish to solve or address
4. General objectives: the actual means by which you will solve the problem
5. Detailed objectives: specific methods of implementation for step 4 above
6. Project evaluation: identify the results that will come from the project
7. Future funding proposal and sources
8. Project budget detail

The Proposal Summary

The proposal summary outlines the proposed project and should appear at the beginning of the proposal. It could be in the form of a cover letter or a separate page, but it should be brief, no longer than two or three paragraphs. The summary should be written after the proposal so that it will cover all the key points necessary to present the objectives of the project. This will be the cornerstone of your proposal, and its initial impression on the reader can make or break your project, because it is usually the first part of the proposal read by agency officials and may be the only part read before they decide to consider your project any further.

The applicant must select a fundable project which can be supported in view of the local need. Alternatives, in the absence of Federal support, should be pointed out. Remember to explain the influence of the project both during and after the project period.

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