Redtape Busters offer Job Application Writing
Red Tape Busters
Grant Writer – Melbourne, Grant Writer – Sydney, Tender Writer – Melbourne,
Developing the right project or business concept to try and leverage funding from a funding program requires careful thought and planning. Most non-profit organisations and businesses try and either make up a project or concept to fit a newly advertised funding program or try to “force fit an existing project/concept to meet the funding guidelines. When it comes to grant writing these strategies are generally prone to failure unless significant planning is put into the development of the project or business concept. When an organisation develops projects whether they are projects which require funding or they are going to be funded internally, there are a series of questions you should consider, the information from which will form the basis of your project plan/business case and certainly your grant application if you decide to pursue a grant.
These questions are important because the information will help you to determine whether or not the project is feasible, deliverable or appropriate for your organisation to pursue.
Here are just some questions to consider:
• Why do you want to do this project?
• Why is it important to the organisation?
• Why is it important to your clients, members or target group?
• Why will this project make a difference?
• What determined the need for this project?
• What are the project/s objectives?
• What are the expected outcomes?
• What will be the key milestones for the project?
• What resources will be required?
• How will you implement your project?
• How will you assess and measure your outcomes?
• How much will the project cost?
• How will the project costs be funded?
• How does the project fit within your organisations objectives and meet your client’s/target group’s needs?
• How will you determine if your project is sustainable?
• Who should be involved in the project?
• Who will be responsible for managing the project?
• Who will be responsible for undertaking the tasks/activities?
• Who will you need to develop partnerships with?
• Who is your project/s targeting?
• Who will support your project?
• Where will the project/activities take place?
• Where will you hold your Management meetings?
• Where will you publicise/market your project?
• When will you need to start and finish your project by?
• When will the task/activities need to be completed by?
• When will you need to measure and evaluate your progress?
• When should we consult with other partners, clients and stakeholders?
If you consider these questions carefully this really will assist you in working out if you should pursue the projects and then assist you immensely with your grant applications.
Grant writing is really a specialised skill and anyone wanting to be successful in winning grants really needs to have great word smithing capacity. However it won’t matter how good you are at crafting words and creating a story if your project doesn’t cut the mustard. As specialists in grant writing, job application writing, tender writing and as lobbyists we have specific skills and expertise to help businesses and non-profit organisations across Australia. Thirteen years ago when we started this business we were just a Brisbane based organisation but now we are gaining traction as follows:-
Grant Writer – NT, Grant Writer Sydney, Tender Writer Sydney, Grant Writer Melbourne, Tender Writer Melbourne
For more details visit us at http://www.redtapebusters.com/
Grant Writer – Melbourne
, Grant Writer – Sydney
, Tender Writer – Melbourne
, Tender Writer – Sydney