What is grant writing?

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Title: Funding for a after school program

In a 3- to 5-page paper, address the following: Part I:

Provide the title or description of the grant for which you will apply. Add the most appropriate hyperlink (URL) for identifying the RFP.

What makes you confident that this RFP is worth pursuing?

How did you evaluate the RFPs?

What type of search engine did you use?

What are the selected funding agency’s goals and applicant eligibility?

Finally, explain why you selected this RFP.

Part II:Locate the abstract section in the APA course paper template. In the abstract section of the template, write an abstract that does not go over one page and that includes the following:

Describe your project. What are you proposing to do?

Why is it significant and innovative?

Explain what led you to this project.

Describe the purpose of your project and why you believe it should be funded.

Explain how and why your project is a better solution than what is currently being done to solve the problem.

A goal is a general statement of what you hope to accomplish with your grant. In grant writing, there are 2-5 goals. Goals are broad generalizations and are abstract, not measurable. Each goal is about the outcome or impacts your grant-funded health education program is going to accomplish. In your goals, you want to catch the eye of the grant reviewers. Your goals must loop back to your needs statement.

An objective is directly tied to the goal the grant seeker is trying to achieve through grant funding opportunities. Objectives are very targeted and include the outcome(s) that will help accomplish the goal the objective addresses. In grant writing, SMART objective writing application should always apply. SMART stands for specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, and time-phased. There should be 2-5 objectives for each goal, and there should be enough objectives to accomplish the goal.

Below is an example goal and an objective for a goal.

Goal #1: Increase physical activity in children and their parents in Wilmington, Delaware through the “Walking for Life” health education program.

Objective 1A: At the end of the first six months of the “Walking for Life” health education program, 100 parents and their children will increase their daily physical activity to walking at least one mile.

For this week’s discussion board, you will be sharing your health education program’s needs statement, two goals, and two objectives. Ensure all parts of the posting are aligned to guidelines and requirements contained in the RFP.

Note: To be respectful of your peers, in providing feedback that will be useful to them as they finalize their Needs Statement, Goals, and Objectives for Assignment 1, you are encouraged to post your responses to your colleagues by Day 5.

By Day 3 of Week 4

Post the following:

Your Needs Statement, Goals and Objectives.

Please use the following templates to develop your goals and objectives.

To develop a goal, use the template below and fill in the blanks and create a sentence:

__________________

(Increase or decrease)

__________________

(what)

__________________

(in whom)

__________________

(where)

__________________.

(in the name of your health education program).

To develop SMART objectives, use the template below and fill in the blanks and create a sentence:

By_____/_____/_____,

WHEN—Time bound

_____________________________________________

WHO/WHAT—-Specific

from _____________________ to __________________________.

MEASURE with a number, rate, percentage of change, or baseline—Measurable

Be sure to support your analysis and conclusions with citations and references in APA format from the Learning Resources and your own research.

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