Includes copy of winning grant application!
Recording now available!
It’s tough out there and the competition for federal and private funding is hard-hitting. Grant seekers need to push back. And, the best way to get a grant is to know what elements of a winning grant stand out and make the judges applaud. To write a winning grant, you need to read some blue-ribbon applications that have won funding.
Everyone wants to drive a Mercedes, but first you need the keys to the ignition and this audio conference will give grant seekers the keys to winning that federal grant.
The grant solicitation or application package posted with a federal competition may seem like a dense, untenable document that can only be understood by a select few. Don’t despair. The solicitations are also a wealth of knowledge and — with the right strategies — can serve up hidden tips to improve your funding chances.
The audio conference will provide insights on where to look and how to truly understand what agencies want to fund. Join us as we drill down into these NOFAs (Notice of Funding Availability) to explain what they mean and how to find the important information you need. We will start with the application itself where some of the best clues are hidden.
Additionally, we will use the reviewer comments to show how you can figure out what the agencies really want when they are giving out millions of dollar of grants every year. Many grants seekers don’t know that these comments are part of the public record and available to you. We will focus on application and guidance common areas that can apply to a broad range of federal grants. We also will provide tips to ease the grant preparation and submission process.
The audio conference will provide a blueprint to winning the funding you need. Come with us as our experts take you through the proposal and the application process, providing you an invaluable template you can use to craft a winning grant application.
Important Things You will Learn
- Top 10 funding tips
- Keys to writing winning narratives
- How to analyze a NOFA and mine critical details
- Do you really need an “evergreen” folder
- Effective scheduling
- Mistakes to avoid
- Making the most of technical assistance . . . and so much more!
The audio conference will help attendees keep up with the fast-changing federal funding environment, make sure they don’t lose their seat at the funding table and get the federal money they need. As a special bonus we will include, for free, a copy of a winning grant application and the reviewer’s comments they can take away and use for their future grant applications.
Frank Klimko edits funding newsletters which covers Congress, the Education Dept. and the various federal regulatory agencies. A nationally known speech writer/speaker, Klimko co-produces monthly audio-conferences that provide an insider’s view to federal regulations, new billion-dollar spending projects and grant making priorities. The audio conferences have helped hundreds of listeners better position themselves for funding, burnish their applications and get a firmer grip on the federal/private money tree.