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Three previous attempts at trying to navigate a grant proposal for USAID had proven fruitless. On the fourth try, we hired Key Writing Concepts. They were professional and knowledgeable and we were finally successful!

Dr. Mark Scoffield, Director of Hospital Operations, Alliance for Medical Outreach and Relief

Grants

Key Writing provides grant research, planning and development, grant proposals and reports, as well as grant compliance services. We prefer to be involved in a project from the planning phase through completion/submission to give our clients full advantage of our experience, abilities and resources. Contact us for more information.

Key Projects:

Alliance for Medical Outreach and Relief (AMOR): KWC submitted a winning grant proposal to USAID’s Office of American Schools and Hospitals Abroad (ASHA) program on behalf of AMOR in 2015. The proposal requested approximately $650,000 to update medical/technology equipment and other commodities on behalf of AMOR’s Afghanistan Health Organization.

Centro La Familia Advocacy Services: KWC has worked for several years with Centro La Familia to plan and develop successful grant proposals to Fresno County and private foundation sources.

Community Medical Centers: Numerous grant proposals for multiple departments since 1995. Funding awards exceed $20 million.

Federally Qualified Health Centers: For many years, KWC has assisted numerous FQHCs with federal grant applications and has a track record of high scores from reviewers. We work closely with health center staff and leadership to obtain the required information, facilitating the process to ensure timely and successful submissions.

Hazel Hawkins Memorial Hospital: Numerous grant proposals since 2000. Funding awards exceed $2 million.

Kings View Corporation: KWC gathered input from Kings View Behavioral Health Systems and partner agencies (Poverello House, Centro La Familia, Community Medical Centers) to write and submit a successful $5 million Fresno County competitive grant. Kings View and its partners were awarded the grant to operate a Multi-Agency Access Program (MAP).