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Grant Proposal Writer with Non-Profit and Corporation Experience
I am a grant proposal writer with experience working with nonprofit and national organizations. I have collectively secured over $112,000 of grant funds for my clients. I am passionate about working with my clients to acquire the funds to help their communities. I am currently enrolled at Vermont Law and Graduate School with a full tuition merit scholarship. I received my Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Sciences with concentrations in Psychology, Comparative Ethnic Studies, and Political Science from Washington State University and my Associate of Arts and Sciences degree from Columbia Basin College. I can assist you with any grant proposal or project, but these are the three most common services that I provide and the average amount of time that they require. 1. Grant opportunity searching: typically 1-3 hours. I will make a list of available grant opportunities tailored to your organization's goals and needs. I will include details about the grantor, application process, and next steps to apply for each opportunity. 2. Creating customizable sample answers for the ten most common grant questions: typically 5-10 hours. Every grant opportunity has a unique application and goal, but most include similar questions. I will write sample answers for each common question that will allow you to copy and paste a polished narrative directly into the grant application. I will also include optional tips for customizing these sample answers to address each individual grantor's goals. 3. Completing full individual grant applications: time varies based on each grant opportunity. Grants from private organizations typically take 10-15 hours, but larger government grants can take up to 40 hours. Each full application will be specifically tailored to the grantor in order to maximize your chances of winning the grant. If you have any questions or would like to discuss a project, please don't hesitate to reach out!
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