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Purposes of GRANT RESULTS:

GRANT RESULTS is a resource for finding and winning competitive grants. Its intended audience is all persons interested in effective grantsmanship, ranging from novices to experts, the curious to the committed. Its audience includes those professionals and consultants who belong to the various special interest groups on the Charity Channel, who attend training through the Grantsmanship Center, who do research using the Foundation Center, or who seek membership in the Grant Professionals Association, the Association of Fundraising Professionals, or the American Grant Writers Association.

The GRANT RESULTS blog equips its visitors with tools for planning and writing proposals for funding in preK-12 Education, Social Services, Juvenile Justice, and Healthcare. In terms of coverage of potential funders of competitive awards, its scope extends from Federal and State agencies to private foundations and corporations. With occasional exceptions, its geographic focus is North America.

Although their range of topics is open-ended, most posts on GRANT RESULTS are apt to focus on proven and potential strategies for creating proposals that win grants, on resources for finding grants, and on grant writing as a career.

Blogger’s Background:

This blogger has long and varied experience in Prospect Research, Program Design, Proposal Development, and Program Evaluation in both rural and urban settings. As either an external consultant or an internal employee, I have provided grant writing and evaluation services to school districts, social service agencies, healthcare providers, and other entities from Florida to Alaska and from Maine to California. I have also provided services as a Technical Peer Review Panelist for the United States Department of Education and for other Federal and State agencies.

Out of more than 400 proposals written thus far, almost 80% have been funded, with a total value of more than $143,600,000 as near as I can track it.


If you should need an experienced and highly productive independent consultant to assist you in developing a competitive grant proposal, you can reach me at

Copyright Notice:

Everything on this blog is © 2012-2014 — GrantResults. All Rights Reserved. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this blog’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to GrantResults with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.



  1. Thanks for stopping by my blog.

  2. or Philanthropy Post seeks bloggers and writers. Seems you might be a fine candidate for a position! Your posts are always so well written. Please keep them coming!

    • Thanks for your kind words and the writing lead, Pale Blue Cup of Big Sky! I’ve been on holiday lately, but I do plan to continue with the blog during 2013. I wish you a happy and prosperous new year and all the best in 2013.

  3. This blog is wonderful! I’m currently developing an agency for website copy writing, but I’m so interested in adding grant writing to my list of skills. I was a Human Services major in college, and proposal writing for non-profits was my favorite class (although less popular with those who were more inclined to social work and counseling). Writing has been my passion my entire life. Business management for my writing agency has always been the most challenging part. I love resources like this gives me confidence when quoting clients. Now I have to figure out how to anticipate project scope. Anyways, thanks for the tips. You have a regular reader.

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