Your concept, experience, and leveraged resources are the foundation of success. We present your project in a manner that its strenghts are clear and compelling.
Working relationship. Work has three general phases: 1) establish scope of work, 2) deliver drafts and revisions, and 3) closeout/transfer of assets. Our work is flexible to meet your strategic objectives, iterating with revisions and new directions, as needed. Finally, we close the project and transfer assets to you.
Emergency work welcomed. About half of our grant projects have short deadlines (under 3-4 weeks). That is normal business and not priced as emergencies. We welcome emergency projects (under 7 days for final deliverables). Please, call or email us with the title of the opportunity and due date. We will quickly consult with you and either immediately start work or refer you to other help.
Short projects become long relationships. The episodic nature of grants means we usually work for brief periods (1 week to 3 months). We strive to build lasting relationships by producing work when you need it, on an "as needed" basis.
Caroline Leopold leads projects and fills consulting, writing and technical roles.
Caroline Leopold has worked as a grantwriter since 1999 and in health and medicine for 10 years. Her background is in public health, research design, and evaluation.
To date, Caroline has written or edited 320+ proposals securing about $22 million in funding. She has provided private consultations or group workshops for 500+ representatives from more than 60 universities, nonprofits, and companies.
Rich Garella works in medical editor and marketing strategist roles.
Rich Garella is a communications consultant whose experience as a writer and editor ranges from marketing materials to long-form journalism. His experience includes grant writing, editing, and reporting in the art, medical, and public health sectors.