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Can You Write a Grant Proposal Without Losing Sleep or Your Sanity?

 Can You Write a Grant Proposal Without Losing
Sleep or Your Sanity?

It’s two in the morning. You’ve been working for hours trying to meet the deadline for your grant proposal. This grant means so much to you and your students. It will help you get updated computers and the latest state-of-the-art reading software for your classroom.

Like most, your school is struggling to keep up with expenses, and you’ve already spent nearly $500 out of your own pocket this year, just making sure kids who can’t afford supplies have them.

You know that the high-tech teaching tools will give your students a critical edge with their academic assessments, but writing this grant makes you want to pull out what’s left of your hair.

It would help if you understood the terminology. You’ve read over the Request for Proposals (RFP) dozens of times, but the funder is using technical terms you don’t understand. Even the terms you thought you knew seem to be slipping from your memory under the stress of the looming deadline.

What if you’ve missed something in the RFP because you find yourself guessing at what the funder’s requirements really are?

Grant writing can be like learning a new language!

Misinterpreting certain words or phrases may make the difference between your kids getting the tools they need or doing without…one more time.

What you need is a dictionary that includes all these important grant writing in one place. That’s the key to learning and understanding this new language.

You’ve spent hours digging through various books until your eyes are blurry.

You close those bloodshot eyes, and for a moment you imagine the time you could save with a quick and easy reference book that helped you understand even those complex grant writing terms.

“One can dream,” you sigh.

What if it didn’t exist only in your dreams?

What if I told you there IS a grant writer’s dictionary with over 300 terms in it – all in one place?

And what if it’s electronic, so you can easily search through it to find the exact terms you need when you need them?

Imagine meeting your deadline and getting your proposal accepted. How does it change your students’ lives? Imagine how it will change yours!

Picture your students using the latest teaching and learning tools, and acing their academic assessments. Imagine your classroom library stocked with new books. When a student who can’t afford supplies needs something, you just walk over to your storage cabinet and grab it for him.

Help for all of this is just one click away, inside The Ultimate Grant Writer’s Dictionary. Be sure to get your copy today! You and your students deserve the teaching and learning tools grant dollars can buy!

And you, my friend, deserve some sleep!

Check out The Grant Writer’s Dictionary today and sleep easier.


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