Grant Writing Services
Tuttle Consulting is here to help you stretch beyond the borders of your written mission. We want to help you engage more customers, discover new, innovative ways for securing more funding and diversify your portfolio, so that your services remain current, accessible and necessary, as a vital partner in your community.
Writing a grant is easy, but writing a grant proposal that results in a grant award is a skill that requires attention to detail, relationship building and ongoing communication.” -Rebecca Tuttle, M.Ed.
Grant Proposal Writing
Multi-million-dollar portfolio | Projects across the United States Tuttle Consulting’s unique writing style is persuasive, accountable and competitive. Attention is placed on the proposal detail, organizational impact, accountability, and infrastructure, as well as the desired outcomes for your community, and expectation of the funder. We're here to help you write with that competitive edge you are seeking. Email us today!
Grant Seeking | Grant Research In an age of emerging competition and heightened selection only the most persuasive and complementary proposals are awarded funding. Let us help you identify very targeted and specific funding announcements, respectful of the funders intentions and complementary to your mission, so that your work is sustainable, intentional and grant funded.
Market Research | Who else is doing what you're doing, and how [well] are they doing it? There are 2 types of accountability, program accountability (what your organization, or program is doing) and population accountability (what are we all doing collectively to make a difference?). In order for you to demonstrate your organization's impact, you must understand what others are doing around you. This will help you identify collaborative partnerships and keep your community abreast of the impact you are trying to make (collectively). Tuttle Consulting is here to help you identify strategic partnerships and uncover opportunities for strengthening your mission.
Letters of Interest & Intent
Letter of Interest | Letter of Intent | Mini-Grants While many funders require fully prepared grant proposals, other may not, and may ask you for a letter stating your interest as an applicant (Letter of Interest or Intent), or may ask you for a detailed "mini-grant" proposal, stating your intentions for applying. Funders may request this as a means of screening applicants in advance of reviewing grant proposals, as they may be considering you as a potential grantee. Tuttle Consulting is here to help you draft a Letter of Interest that will assist you in responding to all three requests, serving you well in your application process.
Grant Review & Critique
Proposal Review | Proposal Feedback Are you looking for feedback on your proposals? Tuttle Consulting is here to help you strengthen your prepared grant applications in advance of your application submission and/or following a non-award letter, so that your proposal is strengthened for future grant making considerations.