Project Writing: How to Plan a Project Proposal From A to Z

Learn how to build a project proposal that is logical, understandable and successful
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Make your project proposals more impactful
Increase the chance of project proposal approval almost twofold (meaning more funding)
Make project writing a happier, more creative & interesting process
Save a lot of time & resources when writing project proposals


  • You need to be proficient in written & spoken English


The course is for those who want their project proposals approved and funded by e.g., grant agencies. You could be a leader of an NGO, an aspiring entrepreneur, a representative of a public institution, or someone coming from academia.

The course will focus not on any one grant specifically, but rather on how to build a project proposal that is logical and understandable universally.

Lots of people are wondering how to write a project proposal. Before we start discussing all dos & don’ts, let us be honest – it is not an easy thing to do.

I've written hundreds of various project proposals, yet I have been struggling and feeling demotivated for a long time. Sounds familiar? Well, you are not the only one.

However, my troubles went from very big to very manageable when I found a simple method to beat any proposal. This course will reveal that secret 6-step recipe to you.

To be brief: it all boils down to proper planning & project visualisation before the actual proposal writing starts. Not sure what I mean?

Look at the summary of how we go about this:

  1. Framing the project problem (i.e. what do we want to solve)

  2. Understanding & researching the problem

  3. Laying the project’s logical framework & sketching out ideas for activities (i.e. what could be the solutions)

  4. Visualising the proposal (A to Z)

  5. Getting relevant feedback & making revisions

  6. Finalising the project plan & only then starting to write

This may seem like a lot to do before proposal writing. Yet, these prior steps will save you time, nerves, and motivation when the writing process starts. So much so, that in the end you will end up spending less time in total.

In other words, the project plan will have the key details, and you will just need to elaborate on those when writing. No more making stuff up as you go.

Who this course is for:

  • Project writers interested in strengthening their skills
  • (Social) entrepreneurs, NGO & public institutions' representatives that are willing to apply for grant funding


Director of Active Youth Association (Lithuania)
Gediminas Kondrackis Asociacija "Aktyvus Jaunimas"
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Baltic Sustainability Awards Changemaker (2022).

University of Amsterdam & Universidade Nova de Lisboa graduate in Economics & Business. CEO of MB Wellness Travels (a medical tourism business) since 2013. President of Active Youth Association (NGO working locally and internationally with youth & disadvantaged groups) since 2014. Board member in RPG Projektai (manufacturing).

Educator in various non-formal education activities, youth exchanges, etc.

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