A grant is a fund or an investment into a product, service research or a non-profit cause. Writing a grant is a skill that needs to be mastered. A perfectly written grant can help you get funding for your ventures.
A grant is usually a few pages long and involves the following structure. It starts with a cover letter explaining in brief the contents of the grant application and a request to the grant lender. The cover letter is followed by an executive summary of what the organization does and the problem statement about why you need the grant. This is followed by brief descriptions of the scheduled work, budget needs, and other supporting material if any.
A grant application must be not more than 2-3 pages long and be very concise. Remember that grant lenders receive hundreds of applications every day. They usually stop reading grants when they find fluff or a diversion from the original topic. If you need a concise and on-point grant request written, just give us your brief and let us work our magic at Rent a Brain.