Any one know how to write a Grant?
March 2, 2009 5:23pm CST
I don't mean from Grants tomb either. I have found out because of the nature of one of my books and how it will affect the current world situation, I can apply for a Grant from our US Government. As matter of a fact because it deals with a huge humanitarian issue, several issues, America first because it will published in NYC. Sorry other countries, the money will come when the book is approved for your country. In my studies, there is very little on the net on how to really write a winning Grant proposal. This book is for humanity, world wide, so it is an important book and it needs to get out there. Yes it is my 1984. It is a huge project, it will also give the economy a shot in the arm, help with those who need it, and rebuild areas. I will be making no money off this book, nor will anyone who is involved with it from the cover designers to the musicians and proofers. So this Grant is important. Thank you for your responses in advance. Ainge
• United States
11 Apr 09
There are a lot of resources around for grant seekers. If you check with your local arts council and state agencies they usually offer workshops to assist people with applying for a grant. The Foundation area of your local main library should have a guide to grants that are offered, the agencies that offer them as well as the guidelines for funding.
• United States
17 Apr 09
I too am looking for a grant writer, but after reading comments to your post, I may just hit the library, and do this myself. If I figure it all out, I will keep you in mind, and let you know how to do it.