There are a number of different ways to approach a grant. You must always ensure that whatever grant you are applying for is relevant to your individual, business or organisations goals and objectives. Of course, there are some grants designed to aid those who have fallen victim to certain tragic events such as natural disasters, but the majority of listings focus around community development grants.
Community developments grants encompass a wide range of grant types, from railroads to walkways and even social events or communities. It is important to realise that community development grants are designed to fix a problem within the community or rather, to develop the community in some form or another. This has a number of implications on writing a good proposal for community grants.
Understand and prepare
Understand the grant you are applying for, not just the basic requirements but try to go deeper. Is the grant stemming from some urgent need in the community or is it catering to a more urban development goal such as park developments? Then prepare your business or organisations objectives and goals and align them with the grants criteria. This will ensure your groups has the highest chance at success.
Terminology and tone
When writing the grant ensure you never exceed the word limit and always present yourself or organisation is a positive tone. Make sure you use the same terminology provided in the EOI or grant as the assessment panel loves hearing its own words and method of speaking. As for the tone, it is always good to maintain a positive tone that reflects your businesses goals and objectives whilst answering the grants criteria.
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