Kansas City, MO (PressExposure) September 29, 2011 -- If you're a freelance writer, you probably don't need to ask, What is RFP? because you already know that these letters stand for - Request for Proposal.
"You probably also know that many foundations and other organizations regularly put out an RFP, and writers who can submit proposals that ultimately get funded are in big demand from agencies and individuals who want to win these grants to fund their projects.
In fact, many writers focus their entire freelance business on writing grant proposals, and they are well paid for their services.
Being able to write a winning proposal is a great skill for ANY freelance writer because you just never know...someday you may be part of an organization that needs funding OR you could be offered an assignment that requires writing a proposal.
In either case, you'll need to know what you're doing, and I've found a wonderful resource to help you. It's called Let's Write a Grant: A Step-by-Step Guide for Writing a Foundation Proposal by Glenda O'Neal. The guidelines for proposals can be quite intimidating to the uninitiated. But this guide gives you all the tools you need to simply relax and write a winning proposal..."
Learn more about What is RFP - Things to Know About Writing Grant Proposals by Suzanne Lieurance [http://workingwriterscoach.com/?p=5009] and obtain this detailed step-by-step tool for all freelance writers.
About Suzanne Lieurance
Suzanne Lieurance is a children's writer with (at last count) 23 published books for children. She was also an instructor with the Institute of Children's Literature (located in West Redding, Connecticut) for over 8 years. As The Working Writer's Coach, Lieurance helps people who love to write become "working" freelance writers and make a living doing what they love to do best.
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