2007 Kids Count in Indiana Conference
Sponsored by Indiana Youth Institute
Indianapolis, IN
Foundation and Federal Grant Writing, University of Missouri- St. Louis







Here’s an opportunity to improve your proposal writing by learning from others. I’m inviting grant writers to submit a proposal(s) you’d like me to review and help strengthen. I will select from your proposals those I will share with subscribers through PROPOSAL REVIEWS ONLINE. You’ll have an opportunity to see the presentations of other grant writers along with my comments for ways to improve the proposals. It’s a great way to pick up on new and different approaches to proposal writing.
As a subscriber, you’ll receive
One free proposal review per subscription (Please see “SEND ME YOUR PROPOSAL.)
Six proposal reviews annually Click here to see an example.
To subscribe to PROPOSAL REVIEWS ONLINE, click here.
In order to be eligible for review, your proposal should be one-to-three, single-spaced pages in length. You should provide a contact name, the name of your organization, and a phone number when you email your proposal to me. I will return my comments to the email address from which the proposal is received. Please note that your proposal cannot exceed three pages in length to be eligible for a free review. The free offer is limited to one proposal per subscriber.
When you submit a proposal, you are giving full and express consent to me, Glenda O’Neal, L.L.C., to use the proposal for training and educational purposes and to share it with other subscribers of PROPOSAL REVIEWS ONLINE. I reserve the right to use the proposal in any form, to edit the proposal to post on the website or in other formats, and to change information to protect agency and client confidentiality.
Email your proposal to grntsulmd1@aol.com