Grant Writing Assistance

Grant writing is the process of completing an application for financial grants provided by organizations such as the government. The grant writing process involves: a proposal summary, an overview of your proposed project and why it deserves consideration, a needs analysis, project objectives, project design, project evaluation, future funding predictions, and a detailed projected budget.

Grants can be a difficult, challenging, confusing, and frustrating, yet they are crucial for economic development. EDS is capable of writing, implementing, and managing federal, state, and local grants for your community. Based on industry experience, Economic Development Strategies’ grant writing services helps ensure that projects are competitive in getting necessary funds to meet community expectations. Over the past 10 years, EDS experts have collectively written $10 million in grants and managed over $4.6 billion.

EDS offers extensive grant writing assistance on the following:

  • Federal government grants,
  • State government grants, and
  • Local government grants,
  • Foundation and private funding

Free up your time and allow EDS to provide your community with top notch grant proposals. These proposals are the product of:

  • Certified Economic Developers,
  • City Managers,
  • Certified Public Managers,
  • Experience Project Managers, and
  • Nationally Recognized Experts.

Interested in Grant assistance?
Allow EDS to conduct your grant writing projects today!

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Benefits of EDS’ Grant Writing Services

EDS helps communities amplify their services by earning them public grants. Our work methods create effective results, bringing communities benefits like:

  • Expert Support: The expertise of EDS experts helps your community apply for, manage, and implement grants from all levels of government and provides extensive training and mentoring for program management and implementation.
  • Long-Term Solutions: EDS’ goal is to secure grants that ensure the future success of local communities. The goal is not the money, but rather the impact that money has on the local economy!