Review & Evaluation of Grant Proposals
Proposal development involves multiple equally important stages. Fiorini & Associates will work with clients to identify appropriate grant-funding agencies, construct ancillary documents critical to a proposal's success, weave a story that captures the imagination and expresses the goals of the organization, assure client understanding of submission protocols, and make certain proposals are relevant and forward leaning. F&A's approach includes ongoing dialogue and support throughout all aspects of proposal development. Pricing structures provide flexibility to accommodate clients' needs. For more information on constructing competitive proposals, please contact us here.
Generating, drafting, exploring, and discussing creative ideas with diverse team members is critical to innovative proposal development.
Strategy & Sourcing
Strong proposals communicate a compelling story through an innovative design, aligned with an appropriate funding agency.
Solicitations require varied supporting documents, which can include budgets, facilities and data management forms, support letters, and CVs.
Successful programs require early cooperation among multiple institutional offices (particularly Development), potential partner organizations, and subject matter experts.
Strong proposals capture the imagination of reviewers. A good narrative flow weaves a story that conveys organization goals and brings the program to life.
Funding agencies require specific submission instructions, protocol, and deadlines. Proposals that do not follow exact specifications are often rejected before review.
Ongoing programs require monitoring, assessing, and adjustments as they progress. Continual assessment places the program on a positive trajectory.
To ensure accurate and complete reporting, set up this stage at the beginning. Maintaining thorough records throughout the process ensures properly detailed reporting.
Pursuing opportunities that involve renewable grant cycles positions applicants to continue activities that increase the likelihood of future awards.