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An important first step of writing a grant proposal is locating funding opportunities.
The funder's requirements help you construct a checklist and plan out your proposal, as well as providing guidance for your writing process. Grant opportunities can come from a variety of organizations ranging from private to public entities.
One of the easiest ways to locate federal grant opportunities is searching the opportunities database on www.grants.gov (they even have a mobile app you can use).