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Packaging Your Proposals A professional presentation is crucial in making a good impression on a potential funder. So you'll want to make sure that your proposal package is organized, complete, and planned well. If you pay attention to even the smallest details, you will impress the funder as someone who takes this opportunity very seriously. We've already discussed the importance of margins and type size, but there are also a few tips regarding paper stock and color, as well as font type and color, that I'd like to share with you. Generally, funding sources don't expect you to print proposals on fancy or colored stock papers. Remember the Ben & Jerry's Foundation application guidelines? They requested that you care for the earth by using recycled paper and printing on both sides. So I suggest that you print your proposal documents and letters on simple, good quality paper that has your organization's logo on it (letterhead paper). Use a clear, clean font style that's easy to read. The average font size is 11- or 12-point, but some funders will allow you to use a 10-point font in filling out application forms and boxes, as well as in your budgets. As always, it will be very important to read the funder's guidelines carefully so you
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