The project budget is one of the most important parts of the project proposal. Think of the project budget as a description of your project in numbers. If you do great work on your budget, the first step of convincing a donor of your work is done. Nevertheless, many people are scared of budgets and writing them is a dreaded task.
Don’t despair! We have compiled a list of articles to help you improve on this aspect of proposal writing. It includes everything you need to know about preparing great, and more importantly winning, project budgets. Check out these articles to learn more:
Start by learning the basics with this article: What is the project budget?
Unsure about how to organize your budget? Get some inspiration from this article: Project Budget Formats: Activity and Line-Item
Do you want to learn what types of costs you can include in a budget? Find this information here: Proposal Budget: Types of Costs to be Included
Need some inspiration? Here are some pro-tips: 10 Quick Tips for Writing a Great Budget
Scared of writing a budget? Maybe this article can help you overcome this: 6 Budget Myths Debunked
Not sure how to include co-payments in your budget? Here is some help: Co-payments – Where should they go in the budget?
Do you budgets just not work out? You might be making one of these mistakes: 10 Common Mistakes that an NGO Makes in a Project Budget
Were you ever asked to write a budget narrative? Learn everything about it here: What is a budget narrative in a project proposal?
What else do you want to learn about budgets? Please let us know in the comments.