The goal of a proposal is to gain support for a specific plan that you have by informing key role-players and stakeholders of the plan. Your ideas or suggestions are more likely to be approved if you can communicate them in a clear, concise and engaging manner. Knowing how to write a persuasive, captivating proposal is essential for success, so let us assist you.
At Intelliplan we prepare proposals that meet the requirements of most major funders and will tailor it together with you in order for the document to be true to who you are. You will need to supply us with information and we will do the writing and editing. Proposals have to be written professionally in order to avoid a situation where the funder might think you are incapable of managing the funds that you are applying for.
It takes time to write a proposal and to ensure that it is grammatically well written as well as orderly structured for the information to make sense. This is what we are good at and we have been doing this for a long time. You may be excellent at what you do, but if you are not a regular proposal writer then this task can be daunting and even prove too much for you. Our proposals have been accepted by funders and clients and have proven to be effective. Whether it is for a business, a NPO or as part of your research you need to ensure that your ideas and findings are communicated effectively and with the visual appeal that is needed.
That community project you are working on needs finances and you need to approach someone for that money, but you donÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t know how to communicate it to people without feeling like you are begging for money. Well, you need to write a proposal that will engage your readers emotionally as well as intellectually in order for them to be moved into action by your cause. If your cause it worth it and you believe in it, then invest in having a proper proposal written on your behalf. You will supply us with the relevant information and we will do the work.
Who needs proposals?
- Non-profit organizations
- Community based organizations