TFC grant reviewing services complement the fiscal sponsorship program. These services are for anyone who wants to apply for a grant, whether your project is part of fiscal sponsorship program or not. TFC may be able to assist you with your grant application even if a fiscal sponsor is not required.
TFC will work with you on a case-by-case basis to define your needs. Grant review services are provided by the hour and availability depends on current workload.
To set up a free consultation email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The grant I am applying for does not require a fiscal sponsor. Can you still help me write the grant?
What does a grant reviewer do?
Once we have your project information we tune the language appropriately for the targeted funder. Broken into steps, TFC will:
- Analyze the intended audience for the proposal
- Gather information from you about the subject of the proposal
- Review your proposal
- Format the proposal
- Provide feedback on your proposal
Will you write my grant from the beginning? Can I just tell you about my project and have you write the grant?
No. You must create the initial grant proposal with your own thoughts of what the project is. This is the main part of the proposal, we can help you refine it once you provide the basic details.
What do you need to know about my project in order to start working on a grant proposal?
We need you to provide, in writing, as much of the following as possible: project description, synopsis and/or treatment, intended audience, distribution strategy, marketing strategy, current status, completion plan, key personnel, budget.
I don’t have any of the materials listed above. How do I get started?
Review our fiscal sponsorship proposal guidelines here, for a description of each, this will help get you started.
What kind of places give out grants?
Grant funders include the federal government, state and local governments, private foundations, corporations, and individuals.