Whether you're about to write your first grant and you're not sure where to begin or you're an experienced grant writer and are looking for additional tools to make your job easier, Peak Proposals has resources to help. Our goal is to help grant writers connect to low-cost resources to find funding opportunities, organize the grant writing process, and build proposal management skills. For more information visit our About page or navigate below to explore resources, tools, and articles on grant writing and proposal management. Not finding what you need? Head over to the Contact page and send us your questions.
From funding databases to nonprofit professional associations, job boards, and online grant writing courses. The General Resources section has a little bit of everything.
The Organized Grant Writer
New to grant writing and unsure where to begin? Check out our shop, The Organized Grant Writer, for downloadable eBooks and other resources that can help you get started.
Tools and Templates
Need help preparing and organizing your proposal? From meeting agenda templates to tracking tools, our free downloadable tools and templates will help you save time.
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An executive summary summarizes the main ideas of the proposal and emphasizes the "hot button" issues of particular interest to the funder. Click below for tips on crafting a succinct and effective executive summary.
Explore the blog to discover practical tips on finding funding sources, coordinating consultants, identifying complementary funding sources, and managing the proposal process.
Having a single grant of $100K can be easier to manage than four $25K grants. That said, the large-donor strategy has some pitfalls and is not always the best route.