Our professional grant writing team will work closely with your organization and its stakeholders to fully understand your program objectives and needs. We take care of all the details of a grant proposal—planning the grant program design; development of the full narrative; development of the budget; and submission of the proposal—so your staff can focus their attention elsewhere.
We specialize in working with non-profit organizations, NGOs, social enterprises, and small businesses, helping them to find the necessary resources to achieve their goals. We have skills in grant writing, research, and have also acted as Federal grant reviewers. Our depth of experience in the sector means that we have a keen understanding of the funding environment and how best to secure funds.
Proposals may be unsolicited business ideas presented to a potential customer or partner, or they may be answers to requests for proposal submitted to your company by a potential client. They are limited in scope to a particular project or need. A business proposal also generally has a specific audience. The primary reason for a business proposal is to solicit or develop a business opportunity.
Business Proposal Structure. A business proposal written in response to an RFP should follow the format requested in the RFP. Generally, this involves a quick description of your company's services and products that are relevant to the goals of the RFP, a reiteration of the scope of work, answers to specific questions posed in the RFP and a quote detailing materials, tools, labor, delivery and other elements of the cost of the project.
An unsolicited business proposal intended to create and develop a business opportunity follows essentially the same format but anticipates questions the potential client might have. A proposal is more of a marketing document, designed to convince the audience to do business by presenting a value proposition and a call to action.