5 Tips for Writing a Good Grant Proposal
Identify the problem or gap that the proposed project is trying to address. Be as precise as you can in articulating the problem statement and back up the claim with credible sources of data and statistics where possible.
How the Tote Board measures impact
These slides from the Tote Board explain how they assess the impact of projects funded under the Tote Board-Enabling Lives Initiative grant--not just evaluating the project's output, but also its impact on the disability landscape in Singapore.
TB-ELI Outcome Evaluation Framework and Toolkit
Funded projects are measured by their impact on 8 outcomes shared between the grant applicant and the grant office.
Grant Proposal Writing Workshop – Logic Model
If you have missed our Grant Proposal Writing Workshop but wish to know how your proposal can stand a better chance of being shortlisted for the Tote Board - Enabling Lives Initiative (TB-ELI) Grant, these materials would be useful for you. Learn about the Logic Chain Model and how to create a Value Proposition and Business Model Canvas to better scope your project. There are also tips on communication techniques and plans to help you articulate your project content effectively.
Helpful resources from around the web
Organizations talk a lot about the work they do and number of lives affected, but are these people really better off?
There is no one definition of the term or concept, but when we talk about ‘social impact measurement’ we are talking about understanding the effects on various people that happen as a result of an action, activity, project, programme or policy.
Design & Technology
It is very easy to become so involved with delivering services and helping beneficiaries through your social venture that you forget to keep a count or a measure of who you are helping and how.
Design & Technology
Robyn Chapman of Assistive Technology Australia talks about how users and professionals come together to drive adoption of assistive tech in Australia.
Keeping your innovation small can have greater impact than grand solutions