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Proposal Writer.com

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Patrons often visit the library in search of examples and instructions on how to find and write grants. The Milwaukee Public Library maintains a Grants Resources page which links to many resources both on how to craft a grant and also where to search for grantors. One useful site, called Proposal Writer.com, provides categories of proposal writing tips and checklists as well as lists of grant funding opportunites in the public and private sector. Sponsored by a grant writing consultant, Proposal Writer.com may prove very useful for your grant research needs. For other sites on grants, check out the Grants Resources Category under Recommended Links on the MPL homepage.

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