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Through the Eyes of the Reviewer

Thu, Dec 7, 2017 @ 13:12 PM / by Carol Timms posted in best practices in grant writing, application tips, How to Grant Write, grant writing, grant tips, Grant Writing Tips, grant application tips, overlooked grant basics

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As we discussed in Part I and Part II of our blog series entitled “5 Overlooked Grant Basics,” reviewers want proposals with well-planned, specific projects backed by solid numerical data. But what else are grant funders really looking for? These additional tips can further help you look at your proposal through the eyes of the reviewer.

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5 Overlooked Grant Basics Part II: Use Numbers to Get More Grants

Thu, Nov 2, 2017 @ 12:11 PM / by Roland Garton posted in best practices in grant writing, grant writing help, Grant writing objectives, grant writing examples, How to Grant Write, grant writing, Grant Writing Tips, Write a Better Grant Series, grant application tips, Grant Writing and Planning, overlooked grant basics, numbers to get grants, numbers, statistics to get grants, show need in grant applications

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This blog is the second in a series of five blogs that address the basic aspects of successful proposals grant seekers often overlook. Last time, I wrote about the importance of planning to increase grant awards. Click here to read that post.

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5 Overlooked Grant Basics Part I: Planning a Fundable Project

Thu, Oct 19, 2017 @ 17:10 PM / by Roland Garton posted in best practices in grant writing, grant writing help, grant research tips, How to Grant Write, grant writing, Grant Writing Tips, Grant Writing and Planning, grant planning, overlooked grant basics, fundable project, grant project development, developing fundable projects, securing grants

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This blog begins a series of five blogs that address basic aspects of successful proposals that are often overlooked. To start, I’d like to addresst the notion that writing is the primary ingredient in a successful proposal. Not that writing quality is unimportant—poor writing can sink a great idea—but it is even more crucial for the proposed project itself to appeal to the funder. Creating a compelling proposal is not a writing task as much as it is a programming and planning task.

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