It’s early in the year–and just the right time to make your grant application calendar. Setting yourself up for wins means knowing:
1. To which funders you will apply;
2. Who will be on your grant writing team;
3. Who will be on the project team, should the grant be funded;
4. When you should start writing the application;
5. When you should bring in your external evaluator;
6. What to include in your budget;
7. When to upload, which is not the same as . . .
8. The project deadline;
9. Who will write your application; and
10. Who will review your application.
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We can help you set up the 10 key items for your successful grant calendar — and we can help you win.
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10 Things to Consider When Making Your Grants Calendar
February 4, 2023