Federal Grant Writing Manual

Author: 
National Rural Health Resource Center (The Center)

Developed specifically to help grant applicants prepare for, and write, a federal grant proposal. It starts with the very basics of looking at what a grant is and assessing whether or not an applicant is qualified to apply for a federal grant. The Manual then delves deeper into the art of grant writing by delivering information on specific parts of proposals including developing goals and objectives, putting together a budget, developing work plans and outlining specific frameworks to help an applicant stay organized and focused during the grant writing process. It also includes information on project sustainability and how to evaluate the grant project.