A grant proposal for your non-profit must clearly define a specific problem you have identified in your community or an area of interest. It must describe a plan that will address the problem. And then your grant proposal must detail the plan in detail for the funding body.
The first and most vital step in grant writing is to first identify the problem for which you will be seeking funding. A thorough search will provide you with the relevant grant opportunities. Consider the following types of funding bodies: Government agencies Corporate foundations or businesses Private foundations
Not for profit sporting organisations, school programs, community organisations and other projects require funding to stay afloat, and writing successful grant applications, can assist these groups to get the funding they need. Grants have a role to play in supporting these organisations.