Professor LaVerne B. Hamlin is devoted to assisting classroom teachers, home educators, business owners, profit and non-profit organizations, as well as religious groups in securing funds through private and government grants. CONTACT PROFESSOR HAMLIN
A grant is “free” money from the government and many private organizations that does not require you to pay it back.
Acquiring funds for any purpose requires a great deal of hard work. There are many components to consider in order to be given grant support and there is an enormous need to get the attention of the funding organization to approve your request over other hopefuls. Given these circumstances, one needs an expert in writing and developing the grant proposal. Professional grant writers understand the need of every applicant for grant funding. They are trained professionals who are skilled in converting your ideas into an effective written proposal.
The federal government gives out money to people who can clearly identify the benefits of their proposed project, such as generating more jobs and reducing poverty in the country. As jobs increase, more individuals will pay their taxes and these tax dollars will in turn be used in providing structures for the development of cities and counties. These tax dollars will aid the government in assisting programs like granting loans and providing well needed assistance and services to the public. Private organizations award grants to individuals and organization who share the same mission and visions as theirs. Grants aid the organization to accomplish their mission better and enable them to utilize their resources more effectively as they carry out their social responsibilities.
It depends upon package you purchase. Any proposal could take anywhere from 1 month to 5 months depending upon the type of research involved. We do accept quick grant writing projects. If you need to meet a grant application with a specific deadline for submission, we will gladly work with you under certain conditions. We will not accept a project which has a set deadline less than to two weeks from the time you place your order with us. We do not accept projects in such a short notice because this may affect the quality of service. The entire grant writing process is rigorous because of the intensive research for potential sources and to ensure effectiveness.
Please contact us at (804) 397-1998 or email us to schedule an appointment so we can discuss options. Let’s get started today!
Professor Hamlin has
Grant Writing Assistance
which has resulted in more than
awarded to applicants,
including grants from:
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
TOSHIBA • NSF • CIBA
NSTA • SHELL CORP
MIT • AND MANY MORE