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and not just futile exercises in dreaming without accomplishment.
#1. Ensure that your proposal offers a win-win outcome. Your proposal has to
clearly indicate how the recipient will benefit from whatever it is that you're
offering. This is especially true in making a business proposal to sell products
and services, but it is also true in the case of grant-making organizations;
they will give higher ratings to proposals that help them meet their objectives.
#2. Avoid making proposals that are simply cover-ups for clearing your
debts. If this is your actual purpose (and you'd be looking for a loan in this
case), be upfront about it and show how the other party will not only be repaid,
but also gain by dealing with you. Even if it's a bank making a loan, the loans
officer is human and will want to feel s/he's doing the right thing by lending
#3. If you're looking for a grant, take the time (hours and often days) to
research what's available. Applying to the organization with the program that
most closely matches your needs makes a lot more sense than sending out
#4. After doing initial grant research, make an effort to meet someone
involved in the administration of the program. This is a great opportunity to
get your questions answered by the right people and to get a "feel"
#5. Invest resources appropriate to the proposal you are making. In other
words, if you're applying for a $100,000 grant, spend more than a few hours on
it. Think about this: some organizations, especially educational, virtually live
on grants and they have full-time experts who do nothing but prepare the
applications. Can you do better than an expert in one-tenth the time?
Unfortunately, some people think they can.
#6. Avoid following sample proposals unless they're ones that have been used
successfully for exactly the same program/situation you're in. Successful
proposal writing means responding exactly to the specific criteria of the
program in question.
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