Grant Writers, Aaron Rome
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05
OCT
2017

$500,000 for Community Development

Aaron helped a client win a $500,000 capital grant from a private foundation to open a non-profit retail store that will be the first of its kind in the country, serving nutritional and workforce needs of the community. Details about the client and funder will be updated after...
05
OCT
2017

$20,000 for Victims of Human Trafficking

With Aaron’s help, The Salvation Army of Central Maryland won a $20,000 grant to support a new program in Baltimore. Thanks to Catherine’s Cottage, women in the area will have a save place to heal and become self-sufficient once again. Aaron will be working with this...
27
SEP
2017

Who is a patriot?

I do not go to synagogue but I do consider myself a Jew. I don’t pray because I don’t have much of an opinion on the existence “God.” To me it is irrelevant; because whether or not there is a God is not going to affect how I live my life, how I treat people, or my opinion of...
22
SEP
2017

9 Common Grant Writing Mistakes Made by PIs

Even the most accomplished principal investigators (PIs) are prone to making avoidable, material mistakes that are likely to affect their chance of winning the funding for which they are applying. Here are a few that I frequently observe: (1) Writing from a single perspective:...
12
SEP
2017

$651,000/yr for Homeless Veterans

My client — www.steps-house.com — has been approved for a $651,000 grant from the Veterans Administration to provide transitional, supportive housing to homeless Veterans in the Knoxville area. The organization provides wraparound services for veterans with...
07
AUG
2017

$394,124 Workforce Development Grant

The Westerly Education (WEC) will receive a $394,124 grant from the Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training to train process technicians. This project is a partnership among many stakeholders, including: WEC, the Office of the Commissioner of Post Secondary Education, RI...
05
MAY
2017

$30,000 Grant for Museum

Aaron helped a museum in Massachusetts to submit a winning foundation proposal to launch several new exhibits. The proposal was completed in a single day to meet a tight deadline.
10
MAR
2017

$2.1 million for Medical School

Aaron recently helped a medical school client write a winning proposal to the World Bank, resulting in a $2.1 million contract to improve the healthcare infrastructure in Liberia in year 1. The 7-year contract, renewable in years 2-7 based on deliverables ($9.8m total value),...
01
FEB
2017

Refugees Need Us

As someone who has many friends who are refugees, or former refugees, the recent ban on Muslims from certain countries and the “temporary” halt of admittance to ALL refugees into the United States is deeply troubling to me. The current US ‘regime’ is on a...