ProposalPro writes to win! Since 1995, ProposalPro, Inc. has helped clients to secure more than $500 million in Government grants and contracts - click below to expand:

$9.9 million - Re-Training the Long-Term Unemployed

From: U.S. Department of Labor

Launched the "Jobs Waiting" program in Westchester County, NY to train long-term unemployed persons for jobs in the Hudson Valley Region's high-growth health care industry.

$7 million - Preventing Veteran Homelessness

From: U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

Enabled the Westchester Community Opportunity Program (WestCOP), to provide Supportive Services for Veterans’ Families who are low-income and at-risk of homelessness in New York's Hudson Valley Region.

$3.9 million - Improving Children's Literacy Skills

From: U.S. Corporation of National and Community Service

Supported more than 300 Reading Corps tutors who will work in Minnesota classrooms over the next three years to improve the literacy skills of nearly 5,000 children age 3 to grade 3.

$2.2 million - Expanding Full-Day Preschool

From: NYC Department of Education

Expanded half-day preschool programs into full-day Universal Pre-K at two locations operated by Bronx House, a community center in the northeast Bronx.

$2 million - Creating Downtown Sports & Recreation Opportunities

From: NYS Economic Development Corporation

Invested in The Armory Foundation's plan to develop Westchester County's largest indoor track and field arena and a convention or event space as part of the revitalization of downtown Yonkers, NY.

$1.15 million - Training Low-Income Workers

From: NYS Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance

Helped low-income individuals to embark on Career Pathways, with WestCOP providing job training and placement throughout the Hudson Valley Region.

$1.1 million - Transforming Young Lives

From: U.S. Department of Labor

Extended the YMCA of Greater New York's ability to offer its successful YouthBuild program, which provides educational and vocational training and job placement for youth who are neither employed nor in school. This Queens-based program was the only YouthBuild program funded in NYS in this competitive grant cycle.

$525,000 - Providing Education and Training for New Americans

From: NYS Department of State

Funded Neighbors Link to provide ESOL classes and supplemental instruction, entrepreneurial workshops, legal consultation, naturalization application assistance, financial literacy workshops and computer literacy trainings to New Americans across Westchester County. This 3-year grant was the organization's first competitive state contract award.

$250,000 - Improving Youth Wellness

From: Target Corporation

Scaled a signature program - Fun, Fly, Fit - to reach more than 150 youth in Title I schools in three states, to improve what these children eat, how they exercise, and what they know about wellness. A consortium of United Ways (Greater Twin Cities, Central Maryland, and National Capital Area) were awarded under Target's inaugural Youth Wellness Grant competition. The grant has an optional 2-year renewal.