3 rules for telling a memorable EMS grant story

Write a compelling narrative with passion, conflict and resolution to engage grant application reviewers in your project


Writing a grant application narrative is similar to writing an article for a professional publication. An idea — for an article or a grant application — usually starts with a conversation with colleagues that develops into a set of key points.

Those talking points become the outline for a story. Just like storytelling, grant proposals have a similar criteria that make them compelling to reviewers. Here are three rules to make your story more engaging. 

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