Strong articulation of project plans and careful adherence to proposal guidelines often distinguish proposals that are funded from those that are not. We develop technical proposals and capability statements that tell a persuasive story while connecting your project plans with funder priorities. We follow grant guidelines, requests for proposals, and performance work statements closely to ensure that your submission matches funder requirements precisely. The hallmarks of our work are clear, convincing writing; careful attention to detail; and ability to meet deadlines without drama.
We have developed successful proposals in the areas of adult education and training; K-12 educational research; housing and services for homeless and at-risk populations; and performing arts in the community. Our experience includes submissions to a variety of public and private funding entities.
- U. S. Department of Commerce
- U. S. Department of Defense
- U. S. Department of Education
- U. S. Department of Health and Human Services
- U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
- U. S. Federal Trade Commission
- District of Columbia Commission on the Arts and Humanities
- The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation
- The Eugene and Agnes E. Meyer Foundation
- The Arcana Foundation
- The Marpat Foundation
- The Kellogg Foundation