Deep inside in your mind, an “idea” to help the poor and the needy is fast taking shape after earnestly witnessing the community problems around you. You know the solutions – you know what needs to be done to improve their living. On the other side, funders and donors are willing to provide you with the much-needed grants to implement your idea.
But these funders and donors require a proposal from you explaining your “idea.” A proposal is a written document that elaborately explains the “idea”, the reasons behind it, how it will be implemented and what will be its benefits.
Before you begin the task of writing the proposal, make sure you have answered the following questions. These questions will not only help you in planning better but also in developing a winning proposal.