Proposal writers typically look forward to the summer months, because there are fewer grant deadlines in June, July, and August. For the most part, public funders hold few competitions during the summer, which lowers the number of proposals you have to write.

So instead of writing proposals, you could sit back, relax, and do nothing (very tempting, I must admit!)—or you could use the summer months to do some of those grant-related activities you never seem to have time for during the hectic months between September and May. Here are three


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