Whether you are interested in researching possible funders, project development, proposal writing or proposal review Dr. Bigelow will be glad to visit with you about how Bigelow Grant Writing Services can meet your needs.
Grant writing is an art as much as it is a science. Matching your project to a potential funding partner is a good first step. Susan is familiar with many federal and state grant programs and will also research other funding possibilities based on your specific needs. Her high rate of grant capture can be attributed to not wasting time and effort applying for grants that have a low probability of being awarded and instead focusing on high probability grant awards by matching projects to funding programs and donors.
Dr. Bigelow will work with your team to understand your specific needs and hoped for outcomes and will craft a project description that will resonate with funders. Clear project descriptions with measurable outcomes is a great second step in the grant writing process.
Have you already written your proposal and just want it reviewed and critiqued? Dr. Bigelow developed a grant writing culture at Northern Wyoming Community College District and in her role as mentor and leader she developed expertise in critically reading what others have written and comparing that to the program or solicitation requirements. Grant writing is not about fancy writing or how much you can write, it is about writing the right stuff clearly and concisely and answering every question completely.