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Grant and Proposal Writing 101

The Basics and Beyond
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Patty Hambler

on 1 February 2014

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Transcript of Grant and Proposal Writing 101

The Basics & Beyond...
Funding Proposal & Grant Writing 101
First thing's first...
What is a grant?
GRANT(n.): Money given by a particular organization (ie: government organization or corporation) to another organization or an individual for a specific purpose.
Tip!
Consider approaching your funding or grant proposal as you would writing a paper for a class. This involves: RESEARCH, PLANNING, WRITING, EDITING, and SUBMITTING ON TIME.
Before the Grant
1.
Know Thy Self!
2.
Know Your Funder!
What is the purpose of the fund?
Who will adjudicate?
Know your audience.
Know where to look!
Know WHY you exist
Know WHAT you do
Know WHAT you want
Start Here:
www.involvement.ubc.ca
www.ams.ubc.ca
At UBC...
4.
IMPORTANT!!!
Read funder's requirements THOROUGHLY
Very little room for creative expression...
Remember to treat is like writing an assignment
History & Mission
Budget & Budget Description
Needs Statement
The whole proposal could be anywhere from
3-10+ pages.
Make every word count.
Cover Sheet
Parts of a Proposal
Edit, Revise, Edit, Finalize
Program/Project Description & Outcomes/Impact
After the Grant
After Saying "Please" You Must Say "Thank You"...
And Keep a Detailed Record of What You Did with the Money...
Be sure to meet report deadlines and requirements.
Know your
Mission
Know your
Vision
Know your
History
Know What

You Provide
Services
People

Impacted
People

Impacted
At Large
Directly
Indirectly
Community
Constituency
Needs
Outcome
$$$
Always remember to research opportunities from past funders.
Sidenote
What is a fund?
FUND (n.): A sum of money or other resources set aside for a specific purpose
Walter Gage Fund - ongoing; up to $2000 for student conferences
AMS Innovative Project Fund - annual (fall deadline); up to $5000
Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund - annual (fall deadline); $1000 - $150,000
Connect to Community Grants (up to $1500) and Chapman Innovation Grants (up to $10,000) - annual (late Feb deadline) for community partnerships
UBC Global Fund - ongoing; up to $2000
Club Benefit Fund - ongoing; up to $1500 for AMS Clubs
Student Initiative Fund - ongoing; up to $500
Sexual Assault Initiatives Fund - ongoing; up to $1000
AMS Impact Grant - annual (March deadline); up to $3000 for research
Any Department or Organization (e.g., Undergraduate Society)
Attend an Info Session
or
Request an advising appoinment
Hand it in on time!
Writing the Grant Proposal
3.
Consider Partnerships
Who has similar goals?
Who could benefit from a partnership?
Who could enhance your goals?
5.
6.
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