TYPES OF GRANT PROPOSALS Program To offer a particular set of services to individuals, families, groups, or communities (this is the most common type of proposal written by social service agencies.) Research To study a problem, group or organization; to evaluate a service Training To provide training and education to individuals, groups, and organizations Planning To provide organization and concept development with respect to a problem, groups of agencies or organizations, or a set of services Technical Assistance To offer assistance to groups, agencies, organizations, or communities in establishing and implementing programs, research, planning, and/or training Capital Improvement To repair, renovate, expand, or build a facility Acquisition To obtain land, facilities, or both Equipment To purchase new or replacement equipment – check the guidelines for the definition of equipment. Usual: Anything costing over $1000. Ex: a typewriter would be a supply not equipment. A computer would be equipment if it cost over $1000 but a printer would be a supply! Operating grant To cover the daily costs of administering an existing program or organization Matching To support a program from agency funds in a specific ratio to the funder’s contribution Example: Award requires 50:50 match. The funder would contribute half of the cost of the program and the awardee would contribute the other half.
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