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Grant, a site devoted to providing free resources for both advanced grantwriting consultants and inexperienced nonprofit staff*. Although at times proposal preparation may lack the creative delights of writing fiction, successful grant applications probably mean more to the universe than something published in an obscure literary magazine. Our passionate words — compressed into a few pages, rich with persuasive details, and sent to a carefully researched funding source — can construct low-income housing, provide scholarships for talented students, restore the natural environment, and bring hope to people in need.

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