Introduction:There are five main parts of a grant proposal.
An Executive Grant Summary is the last thing written in a grant proposal but typically the first thing read. A summary gives grant reviewers an idea of what the purpose of the grant proposal is and gives information about why grant funds are being sought after.
A need statement is part of the grant proposal that identifies what specific needs the project is covering. The needs that is covered in the executive summary is addressed in greater detail with smaller needs addressed. The need statement should also offer solid resources on how needs was identified.
The objective and goal statement of a grant proposal offers a solution to the need statement. The statement should also include information on how the steps on how the solution was identified and resources used.
The methodology statement identifies and give detailed information about the steps and activities the solution requires. Other ideas and solutions that was looked at to solve the problems are also typically discussed in this part of the grant proposal.
The evaluation statement gives details on how the project will be evaluated and should give timetable in when the project will be evaluated. A evaluation helps projects know if the solution is working and helps identify problems the project is having. A evaluation will also show how problems and issues of a project will be resolved.
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