WIN MORE GRANTS Like The Pros In 4 Steps

WIN MORE GRANTS Like The Pros In 4 Steps

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Offer ends 31 December 2020
Study method
Online, self-paced
4 hours
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Lifetime access
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Tutor is available to students
  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

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What will you learn
This is what you will learn:

STEP 1: Develop Your Idea

83% of top grant writers we studied agree … get clear on what you want, first. In Step 1 (Secrets 4-13), you’ll discover how to develop your idea for funding into a fundable plan including…

Dream Big
Tap Into Your Passion
2 Ways to Be Original & Attract Funders
Timely Ideas that Attract Funders
3 Ways to Solve Problems & Attract Funders
3 Aspects of Compelling Ideas that Attract Funders
21 Strategies for a Killer Sustainability Plan
Have Your 15-Second Elevator Pitch Ready
Assess The Needs Of Community First
8 Basic Sections of a Winning Proposal
STEP 2: Research Funders

Once you get clear on your idea for funding, Step 2 (Secrets 14-22) focuses on finding funders whose ideas match yours. You will learn the best ways to find funders whose ideas match yours, as well as the 4 funder types (i.e., corporations, foundations, government agencies, and individual donors), and the best way to contact funders. You will learn how to…

Lower Your Risk of Failure In Getting a Grant
Find the Perfect Keywords for Your Search
Approach Corporations Strategically
Approach Foundations Strategically
Approach Government Agencies Strategically
Approach Individual Donors Strategically
Use Linear & Nonlinear Approaches To Funding
Triple Your Chances with Pre-Proposal Contacts
Save Time By Scanning Application Forms And Guidelines
STEP 3: Customize Your Proposal

Once you know what you want and have identified funders interested in funding you, 100% of the top grant writing experts ALL agree that you must customize your proposal to funder specifications if you want to be successful. Step 3 (Secrets 23-28) shows you how to customize your proposal based on funder guidelines including ways to make your proposal stand out. You will learn how to…

Create A Timeline for Success

Adopt The Right Winning Attitude
Assemble Support Data
Use World-Class Writing Tips
Dress Up Your Proposal
Triple Your Chances with Mock Reviews
Then, you submit your proposal! Done! Right? Wrong! Most people stop here. But, you won’t!
STEP 4: Respond to the Funder’s Decision

In Step 4 (Secrets 29-30), you’ll learn how to reframe a rejection into a success, as well as the most important lesson of all (and it comes from my mom!). Topics in this section include…

Celebrate or Transform Your Failure Into Success
If My Mom Can Do It, So Can You


30 Top Secrets from 80 Pros Reveal a Proven System That Virtually Guarantees Your Success

Write down this number: $1.2 BILLION! That’s how much students won in grant funding in just 2 ½ years when they applied the proven system you’ll find inside this course. No more overwhelm! No more confusion! No more failure! Students’ success rates soared through the roof! Your success rate will skyrocket, too! In fact, you can triple your success rate by simply conducting a "pre-proposal contact" (secret 8) and "mock review" (secret 28).

Inside this course, you will learn all 30 time-tested secrets (outlined below)! Imagine how many more grants will get approved when you apply winning techniques from not-just-one but 80 expert grant professionals, using a simple, yet powerful 4-step process with checklists and worksheets to make your job easier, faster and more effective. Sign up today!

Basic knowledge
Adobe Acrobat Reader (to view PDFs)
Assignments encourage students to focus on their own as well as their organization's and community's ideas and dreams
Freelance writers should have a nonprofit, school/university, hospital or government agency in mind

Who is this course for?

Seasoned grant writers, development officers, NPO managers and consultants who advise NPOs will all make good use of this course content
Grant makers will appreciate this condense guide to GRANT READINESS and the checklist by which to compare grant applicants
If you are an up-and-coming grant writer, this course will set you ahead, giving a clearer picture of what's needed and how it's used to help win grant awards


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