Writing the Grant – Final Submission

Writing the Grant – Final Submission

Incorporating the cumulative feedback you have  received from your Instructor, compile these Assignments into your grant  proposal:

  • Needs Statement, Goals, and Objectives
  • Methodology and Evaluation Plans
  • Budget, Budget Narrative, and Sustainability Plan

For this Assignment:

  • Review the Final Project Guidelines provided in this week’s Learning Resources.
  • Review your RFP. Keep in mind as you complete your grant proposal  that you are writing, as much as possible, to reflect the requirements  and focus of the RFP.

Note: If any of the Assignments required in this  course are not required in your RFP, they are nevertheless to be  included in your Final Project submission.

Review feedback you have received from your  Instructor on Parts 1–3 of the Final Project. Incorporate this feedback  as appropriate or desired into the final product.

The Assignment: 10–15 pages (do not include the APA reference list in your page count)

Compile the following into your grant proposal:

  • Title Page
  • Part 1: Needs Statement, Goals, and Objectives
  • Part 2: Methodology and Evaluation Plans
  • Part 3: Budget, Budget Narrative, Sustainability Plan
  • Reference Page

Gitlin, L. N., & Lyons, K. J. (2014). Successful grant writing: Strategies for health and human service professionals (4th ed.). New York, NY: Springer.

· Chapter 21, “Welcome to the World of Post-Award,” pp. 287–299

· Chapter 22, “More Post-Award Considerations,” pp. 301–310

· Chapter 23, “Budget Management,” pp. 311–315

Abdoul, H., Perrey, C., Amiel, P., Tubach, F., Gottot, S., Durand-Zaleski, I., & Alberti, C. (2012). Peer review of grant applications: Criteria used and qualitative study of reviewer practices. Plos ONE, 7(9), 1–15.

Wilson Beckles, G. (2014). Seven reasons why grant proposals fail to get funded. Nonprofit World, 32(3), 10–11. 

 
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