To get grants from philanthropists, identify the most important need, find the right benefactor and present the case well. Have supporting documents that support and bolster the application, and never give up.Continue Reading
When presenting a case, focus on the most important need, and target how the benefactors can serve that need. Some philanthropic grants give money to business start-ups or to people with medical needs, while others are for educational entitlement scholarships, such as the Federal Government's Pell Grant. Read the eligibility criteria for each grant to avoid wasting time with grants for which the application is ineligible.
Make the case compelling, and explain the reason for the application while keeping the application brief and concise. Use income tax returns, bank statements and medical documentation as supporting documents. To increase the chance of getting approved, cast a wider net by applying to several benefactors.Learn more about Business & Finance