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Steps to Writing a Grant Proposal 1
Steps to Writing a Grant Proposal
University of Phoenix
HSM 270

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Steps to Writing a Grant Proposal 2
Of the Grant Proposal, the first step is to request for a proposal, and develop a logic
model to outline the target population problems, goals, and corrective measures attempting to be
met. To receive a grant proposal for the Youth Symphony, there would first need to be an
abstract statement. This section of the proposal is the most important because it allows the
grantor to become personally connected to the situation and importance for a stable music
education for children. The statistics are important to include in the abstract, as well as the
problems, goals, and greater outcomes predictions.
The next step is to include a table of contents. The table of contents is an outline of your
grant proposal that shows all the information listed for quick reference. It should be easy to read
and clearly comprehensible.
Following should be a specific aims/background and significance/needs and problem
statement. For the Youth Symphony, the aim of the proposal would be based on the reason for
developing the programs, which would be to provide funding opportunities for young elementary
school aged children needing musical instruction. The aims need to explain the importance of
providing the young children with early music opportunity. The specific aim statement needs to
sound clear and to the point. For the Youth symphony, a good example would be,
“Understanding the importance of our children and future musicianship they may obtain, we
know that our funds are currently insufficient to instill early musical development. The programs
the children could do to receive funds would show a need for continued funds, and hopefully a
better environment for children since the benefits of music education include a greater success in
society, school, life, and also in developing intelligence.” The needs and problem statement is
explained by Coley and Scheinberg (1990) to provide a useful outline for the write-up of a needs
and problem statement is as simple as this, “The needs/problem statement examines what is

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