The internet resources below are freely available on the Internet. While many of these resources address potential applicants to a particular agency or organization, the advice they offer is often applicable to most grant writing projects.
Developed by Dr. Jacob Kraicer, Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto. This site is a general guide to writing grants and includes sections on the structure and content of most grants. A helpful guide to common errors is also included.
Developed by Adam Przeworski (Department of Political Science, New York University) and Frank Salomon (Department of Anthropology, University of Wisconsin) on behalf of the Social Sciences Research Council (SSRC). While the primary target is applicants to the SSRC competitions, the advice is useful for all potential grant writers.