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Grant Writers is an oasis of support for the isolated and introverted folks who make, or want to make, a living from writing grants.
Started by John C. Drew, Ph.D. Jun 13, 2016.
Started by John C. Drew, Ph.D. Feb 27, 2013.
Started by martin. Last reply by martin Jan 22, 2013.
Just as a lack of control can create inefficiencies and even destroy your chances of winning a grant, in the same manner, it is possible to exercise too much control and blind yourself from the amazing insight, objectivity and skills of your other team members. A number of instances come to mind when I think about places where you really need to open up your grant writing process and encourage maximum participation.…
Posted by John C. Drew, Ph.D. on June 13, 2016 at 3:11am
Although it is both fashionable and politically correct to credit teams for our success, I think it is short-sighted and potentially foolish to underestimate the time-saving advantages associated with the focused attention of a single mind. Leveraging the great power of a single mind gives us incredible speed, breath-taking decisiveness, crisp ethical insight, access to the subconscious, extraordinary…
Posted by John C. Drew, Ph.D. on June 8, 2016 at 9:02pm
Since 2012, I have been a satisfied customer of an online tool for researching grant funders that has been developed by Foundation Search, a Canadian organization.
I'm pleased to say it has really made a difference for our clients in winning foundation grants.
It has certainly organized our efforts and saved us time in finding the hottest prospects for our client's grant…
Posted by John C. Drew, Ph.D. on January 5, 2016 at 2:30am
1. How much does it cost?
Typically, we charge about $6,500 for a standard grant package completed by Dr. Drew and his team. In that time, Dr. Drew will deliver one model grant proposal, one model letter of inquiry, research on your most likely funding sources through the Foundation Search website, and then assist you in completing at least 10 applications and/or letters of inquiry to your top 10 funders. Normally, Dr. Drew requests half of this fee up front and the other…Continue
Posted by John C. Drew, Ph.D. on April 23, 2013 at 8:30pm
Posted by John C. Drew, Ph.D. on January 4, 2012 at 12:51am