Preparing your Grant Application
Below are some resources to help you prepare for a grant application which were developed for grant writing workshops on the 23rd and 26th of July 2012.
Writing School Grant Applications Powerpoint was given by Liz Millington, Volunteer Program Coordinator, Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges Region. The powerpoint explains the key aspects to most applications.
Grant Application Template covers most of the information required for grant applications. This is a good way to get all your project ideas down on paper ready for when a suitable grant becomes available.
Grant Match Rubric helps you assess whether or not your project idea is suitable for the grant available. This rubric will help you decide whether it is worth your time to apply for the grant.
Grant Jargon Handout provides a definition of key terms used in grant application guidelines.
Common Budgeting Estimates Handout developed by Grow A Great School provides some suggested budgeting estimates for local native gardens.
Benefits of Local Native Gardens Handout developed by Grow A Great School lists some of the benefits of local native garden projects. Most applications ask for environmental/sustainability, educational and community benefits your project idea could provide.