The best manner of writing any narrative is to organize the narrative in advance by organizing an outline to follow.
Woodland, CA (Vocus) July 13, 2010
Another valuable new resource for grant writers is now online. Creative Resources and Research has created a new website, grantoutline.com, publishing grant outlines for currently open grant competitions. Each grant outline is developed using the Request for Proposal and many exclusive writing tips are provided within each section of the document to help grant writers be more successful.
Grant writers often like to review successfully funded proposal samples. At grantoutline.com writers can also find grant outlines packaged with a sample grant proposal, adding even more value to the service. Additional resources are available to assist grant writers such as budget outlines and letter of inquiry outlines.
Grant outlines are currently available for two large federal education grant competitions. The Carol M. White Physical Education grant program and the Full Service Community Schools grant program are both outlined and available at grantoutline.com.
“The best manner of writing any narrative is to organize the narrative in advance by organizing an outline to follow.” Benjamin Bannister, Grant Writer
Veronica Robbins, also known as the Grant Goddess, owns and leads Creative Resources and Research, a professional grant writing firm located in Woodland, California. Ms. Robbins' company provides grant writing, grant research and program evaluation services in addition to professional development and organizational consulting. Successful grant samples and grant outlines are the latest helpful resources made available online by Creative Resources and Research. Other resources include online articles and webinars, an Online Learning Center, and a Grant Tips iPhone application.
Grant outlines are offered at prices under $20 and subscribers to the Creative Resources Newsletter receive regular offers for discounts.
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