Project Narrative

by Cynthia M. Adams, CEO,

The project narrative is a description of the project or program you propose, its goals and objectives, and a brief plan of action. The project narrative should make a clear connection or transition from the need statement to your organization's capacity to solve the problem. This is another great place to use your mission statement (or at least a quote from the mission statement) if you haven’t already used it somewhere else in the request.

The project narrative often begins with the goal of the project, followed by a summary of the project objectives. The reader now knows what you intend to do and how you intend to do it.

Goals should be visionary but achievable within the context of your request.

Some goals are fairly specific such as:

To increase the participation of youth, ages 9 through 15, throughout Baylor County to embrace reading as a daily activity.

This project is probably a $100,000+ project. The project is achievable within the context of the size of...

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