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Initial research to finished product, Grant Services-research, review and rewrite--are three efficient, cost-effective professional aids for clients who develop their own grant applications. We offer grant research intelligence and a fresh pair of experienced eyes to review and analyze grant applications.


1. GOVERNMENT GRANT RESEARCH SYNOPSIS

The Government Grant Research Synopsis is a popular, time and cost-effective way to find out pertinent information before embarking upon a time-intensive, potentially costly and risky grant application journey.


Government Grant Research Synopsis is best for clients who:

We will provide you with a Grant Synopsis that will encapsulate necessary information for the first step including:

2. GRANT REVIEW


Grants are our business—so let the professionals take a peek. Many factors influence decisions made by funders. Our experience is from the point of view of adjudicators. We analyze strengths, weaknesses and subtleties within a project submission and then provide recommendations. A Grant Review is a time and cost efficient way to increase approval outcomes. Grant Reviews work best for clients who require:

We provide our clients with:

Grant is not approved? Don’t take it personally! Funders receive many more applications than available funds. Rejection rates can be up to 90% or as low as 10%. Grants are ultimately taxpayer funded and government is accountable for how this money is spent. So, they are selective about the projects they will support.


3. GRANT REWRITE


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The grant writer will critique, edit and rewrite the grant application. And, frame your project within the context within government objectives to ensure your project has the best possible chance for approval. Please note that Grant Rewrites also include a level one Grant Reviews. Grant Rewrites are best for clients who:


Clients who invest into one of our grant services and later decide to retain our company - Grant Star Write Design, can expect to deduct the grant service cost from the overall cost of the grant submission.