Don't hit submit without a professional grant proposal review
When you've invested the time and effort to prepare a complex grant application, you want to ensure it's as competitive and complete as possible. Allow our experienced team to formally review your draft grant proposal before you submit. We will evaluate your proposal against the funder's requirements to catch technical errors, suggest content edits, and provide recommendations you can use to improve the application before you submit.
Four steps to a stronger grant application:
We will review the Request for Proposals (RFP) and compare your draft application against the funder's criteria. We'll consider three key questions in our assessment: how completely does the draft address the RFP requirements, how compelling is your case, and how effective is the writing?
Within one week of receiving your draft, we will deliver a Proposal Review Report with detailed recommendations to strengthen the proposal, including a summary of strengths and weaknesses and feedback to improve the alignment of your draft to the funder's requirements.
Once we deliver our report, you'll be back in the driver’s seat to take your grant application to the next level. You'll find that our recommendations and edits are clear, concise, and straightforward, giving you a detailed roadmap to finalize your application for submission.
At your request, we will be available to discuss questions that arise as you utilize our Proposal Review Report to revise the application. Our objective is to bolster your confidence and certainty that you are submitting a strong final grant application that is more likely to achieve a high score with reviewers.
With our expert recommendations and the guidance of our team, you will be better positioned to submit a winning grant application.
"Having Grants Plus improve our grant application meant the difference between a decline last year and a $200,000 grant through the same funding program this year. Not only did they provide meaningful edits but they boosted our own ability and confidence to put together an excellent proposal."
Earl Pike, Executive Director