How To Submit Great Grant Applications
Writing and submitting grant applications can so often be both daunting or simply frustrating. Just putting together what might be a good grant application is no longer enough! Similarly, a good project that may well help lot’s of needy people may also no longer be enough to secure funding.
These days more is required!
When it all comes together it can be great, but writing and submitting grant applications can so often be both daunting or simply frustrating From experience we know that frustration usually comes in one of three ways:
1. Lots of effort put in, only to receive a friendly rejection letter that make it sound like you were almost there, it’s just that they were over subscribed.
2. Not quite what they were looking for, but as far as you can see, your project matches exactly what they stated they were looking for!
3. This grant looks good and looks a strong fit. You have strong intention to apply but somehow just never get round to it, and then it’s too late.
Once you go through this course, there’ll be no guessing, you’ll know that you’ve covered all the bases and submitted a great bid. You’ll know that you’ve spelt out in no uncertain terms that this is the project they want and need to fund. You’ll be so prepared for any grant application that comes your way that you definitely won’t be leaving money on the table.
You’ll get access to video tutorials, downloadable course materials and resources you can use for practice, or adapt for your real-life applications, or even use in-house to teach your own colleagues. Not only that, but you’ll have complete access to all the new materials as the course get’s updated or if we ever add new modules.
The course has been especially designed by Amal Douglas who has been at the sharp end of fundraising for 20 years, directly involved in supporting the educational and social welfare projects that are now become part of his own DNA. After finishing his professional accounting studies Amal Douglas ended up in the City at one of London’s long established accounting firms. His first solo business venture in the UK was a travel and shipping agency in Paddington. His colourful business has proved invaluable in his current role as an enterprise and fundraising consultant in which he advises major UK & international charities & NGOs, SMEs, new business startups and numerous trade bodies and organisations.
He has developed and delivered numerous very popular training courses continue including; Building Entrepreneurial Skiils, The Case for Gold and Silver, Becoming a Wealthy Self-Published Author, and most notably, Seven Secrets of Successful Fundraising. The book of the same name is continues to sell well both in the USA and UK in particular.