A good proposal details a need or a problem in the community and outlines a strategy for addressing that problem. It convinces you that the organization is sound, its plans are feasible, and its goals are attainable.
Proposal review is a central foundation task—the key to determining where to spend your grantmaking resources. Reviewing piles of proposals every year can be daunting, though. How do you sort them? Which ones do you review in depth? What is the board’s role?
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