Grant Writing & Administration

From identifying opportunities and crafting competitive applications, and through diligent project delivery and proactive follow-up, our Grant Writing group will help you customize a plan to secure critical funding for your projects and programs.

Services

  • Funding Needs Analysis
  • Strategic Outreach
  • Grant Funding Research
  • Grant Proposal Development and Submittal
  • Reporting and Management
  • Programming, Administration, and Reporting
  • Transit Grants
  • Transportation Capital and Planning Grants
  • Park Grants
  • FEMA/Department of Homeland Security Grants
  • Hazard Mitigation Grants
  • FEMA Disaster Recovery Grant Management
  • FEMA Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG) Program
  • FEMA Emergency Management Performance Grant (EMPG)
  • Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) Program and Grant Management
  • Southern California Association of Government (SCAG) Sustainability Grant

Key Contact

Ann Herner, Grant Writing and Fund Administration
(916) 273-4651
aherner@interwestgrp.com

Featured Projects

Safe Routes to School- Whitmore Corridor

Client: City of Ceres

On our team’s recommendation, the City of Ceres funded an effort with Ceres Partnership for Healthy Children (CPHC) in 2015 to facilitate a community forum allowing families to voice their concerns about safety deficiencies for students along the 0.85-mile Whitmore Corridor. The results of the community forum and public outreach reflected the immediacy and severity of needs for infrastructure improvements which helped in the creation of a compelling grant application. The City successfully received competitive ATP funds from the State for this $1.8M project which will start construction in Spring 2020.

Grand Avenue Bike Lanes Phase I and II

Client: City of Wildomar

Our team prepared and secured competitive grant applications for the City of Wildomar for Phase I and II of their Grand Avenue Bike Path projects. These projects provided approximately 5 miles of Class II and Class III bike lanes along a major corridor running the entire span of the City. Improvements allowed for connectivity and alternate modes of travel for residential communities, school children, commuters, and recreational activities that will also result in improved air quality and traffic congestion relief for the community. The project's cost of $2,999,131 was funded by $500,000 in MSRC money, $1,360,400 in CMAQ funding, $567,800 of SB821 money, $30,000 in AB2766 funds, and $570,931 in Local Funds.

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