Abstracts Page 1 of 3
Abstracts are vital to effective grant writing. It is often the first (and sometimes the only) reading of
your grant for the foundation. It should summarize your grant in a short, easy to read format.
Almost all grants requ
Name of Client:
Name of Contact Person:
Equal Rights for All
50 West Broad Street, Suite 1970, Jefferson, Vermont 43597
(614) 555 - 1212
(614) 555 -1313
Cover Letters to Clients Page 1 of 2
Cover Letters to Clients
If you are a freelance grant writer, your client often has a series of things he or she has to add or
complete or sign before the grant is complete and can be submitted.
As a result, it is a go
Funder Profile Worksheet Page 1 of 4
Basic Information Regarding Funder
Name of Foundation
160 2nd St.
Cambridge, MA United States 02142-1515
Director of Foundation
Creating a Cover Letter for the Grant Page 1 of 3
Creating a Cover Letter for the Grant
When you submit the grant via mail or email, you must include a cover letter or a letter of transmittal.
This document is a stand-along document-it should not refer to
Major Parts of a Grant
The following information presents the genre of the RFPa
general overview of what tends to be in an RFP. Foundations
may ask for other or different information.
The RFP takes precedent over everything else when submitting