It takes unprecedented resources to manage an unprecedented crisis and Falmouth Institute’s grant writing team can help you. If your tribal organization wants to win new grants, then you need to plan, prepare and present a perfect proposal - a proposal so clearly communicated that grantors will want to fund your project with few or no questions.

Falmouth’s Grant Writing team can do all that for you. With a proven record and decades of experience, our team can write a robust proposal that will explain your project and funding needs in a way that will interest even the most skeptical grant reader.


  • Identify and articulate community-based needs or challenges
  • Define measurable and realistic program outcomes
  • Identify and articulate methods most likely to achieve those outcomes
  • Establish and assure your organization’s credibility and capacity to operate the program
  • Plan a realistic project budget


    Grant Research and Training
    We'll work with your staff to identify the most likely funding sources that are in line with your organization's mission and goals. This allows you to determine funding goals and grant opportunities. Falmouth also offers training and mentoring services to help those who want to better understand the grant process.

    Program Planning and Design
    We'll organize the people, define the purpose and establish realistic goals and objectives. By creating a plan for your proposal process, you'll ensure the most effective use is made of your organization's resources by focusing your time and staff on the key priorities needed to win the grant.

    Proposal Development
    With your input, Falmouth will prepare your grant application, forms and budgets, and submit the application to the funder. This phase includes coordinating the grant development team; researching, collecting and analyzing data; writing drafts and coordinating reviews; and producing a final grant proposal.

    Program Management and Evaluation
    Funders are increasingly seeking to know how grant-funded programs will be evaluated in order for the initial proposal to even be considered for funding. Evaluation services begin with establishing program goals and objectives that lend themselves to effective evaluation efforts and designing an effective evaluation plan, with which to follow throughout the duration of a grant program.

    Let Falmouth Institute help you get the funding to operate tribal services, including:

    • Health
    • Housing
    • Economic Development
    • Emergency Management
    • Workforce Development
    • Youth and Elder Programs
    • Drug and Alcohol Addiction Prevention
    • Community Policing
    • Domestic Violence Prevention

    For information on how the Falmouth team can assist your staff with Grant Writing or Grant Management, please call Tom Wilkins, Falmouth Institute's Business Development Specialist, at 800-992-4489 ext. 119, or click here.