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Message # 1
Subject line: Understanding Federal Grants
Hello “autoresponder code here”,
Welcome to the first issue of Understanding Federal Grants.
In each issue of Understanding Federal Grants you will learn
valuable information on how the federal grant system works and
how you can make it work for you.
In this very first issue I want to give you a brief overview of federal
grants and how they work, so that you can better understand how
you can put them to work for you.
Let me start off by asking you this question.
How would you like free money, that you will never have to pay
back, from the federal government?
Sounds great doesn’t it? Well, the simple truth is that you can
get it if the government decides to award you a federal grant.
But what is a federal grant?
Basically it is financial assistance given from one of the 26 federal
agencies. When it is given, it is suppose to carry out a public
purpose of support or stimulation authorized by a law of the United
There are two types of federal grants. Project grants and formula
Project grants are aimed for the arts, education, health care,
scientific research, social services and technology development.
Formula grants on the other hand are mandated by law and
there are various levels for this type of grant including; categorical,
block and earmark grants.
Categorical grants have a narrowly defined purpose and
recipients must have the same amount of money needed to take
part of this program.They also carry more strict and specific
provisions on the way the grant money is to be spent.
A block grant on the other hand is a large sum of money granted
by the national government to a regional government with only
general provisions as to the way it is to be spent. To get a block
grant, you don’t need to produce a certain amount of capital.
Of the three, earmarks grants are the most controversial, because
lobbyists not ordinary people are the ones involved in securing it.
The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) defines earmarks
as “namely specified funds for projects, activities, or institutions
not requested by the executive, or add-ons to requested funds
which Congress directs for specific activities.” Basically meaning
that an earmark is simply any spending on any project that is not
explicitly in the president’s budget
But how do you apply for a federal grant?
Just like with anything else. If you want a grant you have to apply
for it and it isn’t always an easy process. But if you win the grant
your efforts will be well rewarded.
To apply for any grant you have to fill out an application form
and then attach specified documents to it. The most important of
which happens to be your proposal.
Your proposal should not only have a nice cover letter. It must have
something worth reading from beginning to end.
While introductions are nice, those reviewing your proposal want
to know more specifically about the problems your proposal plans
to address, your objectives, how you propose to reach your goals,
how much money you will need, the length of time of the project will
take and a summary of what you are proposing.
When it comes to applying for a grant there is a bit of a learning
curve and you must be prepared to do you research and submit a
Before you send out your proposal for the grant, write it one or two
times and then have this checked by an outside party. If you are
not happy with the proposal, rewrite it again because everything
should be clear and concise.
When the final draft has been made, bind everything together
using either clamps or hard covers. To insure that your proposal
gets the attention it deserves it is a good idea to contact
the Federal agency you are writing to and ask them which type of
binding they prefer. You will also want to send your proposal by
Aside from federal grants, there are grants offered by private non-
profit organizations such as foundations, not-for-profit
corporations or charitable trusts which are all collectively referred
to as charities. So don’t lose hope if your application for a federal
grant was given to someone else.
Federal grants are one way that the government gives back
some of the money that it gets from taxpayers and if after careful
review the grant committee sees that your proposal will benefit
your community or even a greater number of its citizens, there is
little doubt that you will be awarded the money for your project.
As I mentioned earlier there is a learning curve when it comes to
applying for grants, but don’t let that stop you. There is plenty of
help available and even people that will write your proposal for
you. So, if you really want a grant or you need funding for a special
project don’t get discouraged. Sometimes you will have to go
through the same process several times before you see results.
Make sure you look for your next issue soon. We will be talking
about exactly who’s eligible to apply for federal grant money.
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