If you're writing a grant on behalf of a consortium, be prepared to include letters of commitment from consortium partners with your proposal. These letters of commitment, also known as Memorandums of Understanding or collaborative agreements, must come from each one of the partners that is actively participating in your project.

Although there is not an official "letter of commitment" format that must be used, there are some specific types of information that should be included in this letter.

The purpose of a letter of commitment is to document that a particular individual, organization, or entity


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