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        Enter the proposal details in the fields below. 

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        The more you know about the person who will be reviewing your proposal, the better you can tailor your proposal to meet their requirements.

        Look at the following sources of information to find out more about your funder:

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          Their website
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          LinkedIn profiles
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          Annual reports
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          Success stories of previous grants
        • 5
          Staff biographies

        Answer the following questions to make sure you know your proposal reviewer inside out: 

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        Proposals are often organized into distinct sections. These sections can have different titles depending on the guidelines specified by the organization, but they frequently serve the same purposes.

        乔榛丁建华Review the guidelines to see if they have specified a structure to follow.

        If they have asked you to follow a specific structure, make sure you have a plan for each section they have requested.
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        If they haven’t specified a structure, list out what you might include in the following sections:

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        In the objectives section of your proposal document, define what will occur as a result of your project. 

        This is what you planned to include in this section: 乔榛丁建华{{form.Objectives}}乔榛丁建华

        Answer these questions to help shape your objectives:

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        In the history section, demonstrate how the next project can be more effective using information from previous projects.

        Include information about your past experience with similar projects, talk about your successes and list any awards.  Be sure to include client testimonials or short case studies where relevant. 

        This is what you planned to include in this section: 乔榛丁建华{{form.History}}乔榛丁建华

        To help jog your memory about your past experience, in the fields below, list all the projects that you have successfully completed, and explain why they were successful.

        Then, list all the projects that could have gone better and describe how you would improve next time.

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        In the client benefit section within your proposal document, establish how the client will benefit from the completion of the project. 

        Refresh their minds on what their primary goal is and explain how you will achieve their goal with your project. 

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        Read through your project methodology and answer the following questions to make sure you have a sound methodology: 

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          Have you established how you are going to achieve the objectives?
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          Have you established what methods you will use to achieve the objectives?
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          Have you established how you will measure or recognize your project’s achievements?

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        The risk management section within your proposal needs to confirm how you plan to manage change during project execution. 

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        Use the conclusion section to convince your proposal reviewer of the potential impact of your proposed project.

        This is what you planned to include in this section: 乔榛丁建华{{form.Conclusion}}乔榛丁建华

        Make sure your conclusion includes the following: 

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          Limitations and weaknesses if you don't implement the project
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          How these limitations/weaknesses might be overcome if your project proposal was to be accepted

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        Read through your proposal and check it follows the EXACT structure stated in the guidelines.

        If the guidelines do not specify a structure to follow, make check your proposal has the following sections at least: 

        • Title page
        • Table of contents
        • Project summary
        • Introduction
        • Objectives
        • History
        • Responsible parties 
        • Client benefits
        • Project methodology
        • Project deliverables/timings 
        • Risk management
        • Project costs
        • Conclusion 

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        Upload the first draft of your finished proposal document and send it to a "cold reader" to review. Give them a copy of the proposal guidelines/requirements, but little other information.

        Ask them to read the proposal quickly (as this is how the proposal reviewer is likely to view your proposal) and ask them to answer the following two questions: 

        • Do they understand it?
        • Does it make sense?

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        Read the proposal through for the final time and double-check it is aligned with the RFP guidelines.

        Answer these questions before uploading the final proposal document, ready for internal approval: 

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          Have you presented a compelling case for your project?
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          Does your project seem feasible? Is it overly ambitious? Does it have other weaknesses?
        • 3
          Have you stated the means that reader can use to evaluate the success of your project after you’ve executed it?

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        Submit your proposal in-line with any requirements. 

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