Grant writers are by nature community changemakers. They are the 20% doing 80% of the work. They are the quiet leaders, knowing how to build teams, forge community partnerships, and develop ideas into well-planned projects. 

Grant writers put heart and soul into everything they do. They work on things that matter. They want to have an impact and better their communities. 

Before grant writers become known for their craft, however, they started with an idea and plenty of ambition. Those that succeeded took the time to learn the art of grant writing. Armed with this skill set, they were empowered to achieve their broader vision. 

If this sounds like you, then you have come to the right place. What you will soon have in your hands is a distillation of the most important information you need to know about grant writing.

The book is structured with the first half answering the questions I am most frequently asked. The second half follows with the questions I wish you were asking. The book covers topics like:

  • How to write a grant in seven steps,

  • How to write a convincing narrative,

  • Where to find grants to go after,

  • How to avoid running out of time when applying,

  • Where to find match funding, and

  • How to prepare a grant budget (with bonus access to a free budget spreadsheet template!), and more.

This book will fast track your learning curve to become a talented grant writer. In addition, you will receive downloadable templates and discount access to our online grant writing courses.

Make grant writing your super power!

“The book, ‘How to Write a Grant’ breaks down the complexity of grant writing so that anyone can learn to be a professional. It’s refreshingly straightforward with a modern approach. As someone who works in grants day in and day out, I highly recommend.” Gauri Manglik, CEO & Co-founder, Instrumentl

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  1. Anonymous

    Become a Grant Writing Unicorn or its cousin with wings – Pegasus In an effort to not give to much of the contents of this great book away so that a new reader can find out for themselves, I offer an analogy I learned back in my student pilot days. The lesson is to remember the five C’s of being lost while flying and how to avoid the effects of panic. The 5 C’s are: Confess, Climb, Conserve, Communicate, and Comply.In relation to this well written book:1) You must first confess that you are lost. No doubt, if you are looking for a book to…

  2. Anonymous

    This book is a GAME CHANGER, it’s my new grant writing bible, and it was actually FUN to read All the things I LOVED about this book:- personal stories that gave life to the book and helped me to learn from Meredith’s mistakes and successes- awesome tips for being more efficient and organized- templates and structures for how to organize one’s self, the process, timeline, and your team- covers the whole process from how to find opportunities, to formulating and refining ideas, to managing a team (or oneself), to all the nitty gritty details in grant…

  3. Anonymous

    Learn to Write a Grant Like a Pro! “Grant writers are by nature community changemakers. They are the 20% doing 80% of the work. They are the quiet leaders, knowing how to build teams, forge community partnerships, and develop ideas into well-planned projects.”Have you ever wondered what it takes to write a grant proposal? Now the guessing can end and in this book “How to Write a Grant: Become a Grant Writing Unicorn” everything you’ve wanted to know about writing grants is covered from A to Z. No more guesswork. In…

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