Grant Consulting

Does your business have an interesting project with specific goals, but you are not sure what funding may be available? Prosperity provides a complete situation analysis and report of funding opportunities of various types (including tax credits, grants, loans and guaranteed loans, trade association or other partnership options, etc) for specified projects.

Once retained, Prosperity will meet with you or your organization to discuss potential projects without specifically known funding opportunities then we will start investigating opportunities that would benefit your project and goals. A report is then generated which includes a situation analysis, top tier and second tier funding goals, funding resources, funding options, and next steps ideas.

It will also include a feasibility assessment to indicate whether or not the funding option is likely to be successful and will include other components that may be required to meet application guidelines (such as energy assessments, special environmental reviews or feasibility studies, etc).

We have found an unprecedented number of grants, guaranteed loans and low interest loans are available now for entrepreneurs, communities, technology developers and implementers, agricultural producers, municipalities, and rural small businesses. These funding sources are coming from state and federal government agencies, trade groups and even from community foundations. For new projects, upgrades from old, energy inefficient systems and value-added business ventures, there is money out there-even in this tight credit market.

The problem is competition for these funds is also at an all-time high. Knowing where to find the funds, how to apply for them, and how to produce quality proposals that get the dollars needed takes experience and contacts. At Prosperity we will make those connections for you and bring in critical dollars that will allow you to flourish.

Prosperity Consulting provides services for the development of proposals, market research, feasibility studies, energy audits and RFPS (requests for proposals) for firms issuing funding announcements.