Request for Proposal: Writer for Project Narratives
Updated: December 22, 2021
Founded in 1993, the Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC) is a nationally recognized nonprofit organization and community development financial institution. We know that high-quality, affordable, and culturally competent primary care is one of the most critical components of a vibrant, thriving community, helping keep families healthy, children ready to learn, and adults able to pursue education and participate in the workforce. As a result, access to quality primary care, including preventative care, is a key social determinant of health and an essential building block towards achieving health equity.
PCDC strives to achieve excellence in primary care through providing affordable capital to expand health care access in disinvested communities, support practices to improve their performance and financial footing, and advocate for meaningful policy change to improve access to high-quality care for all.
Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC) is seeking a consultant with health care experience to develop and write a series of engaging, accessible, jargon-free narratives about its recent work to share with potential clients, partners, and funders. The narratives will describe projects completed by PCDC’s Clinical and Quality Partners team. The narratives will showcase high-impact projects from the last five years in a simple and compelling format.
PCDC is seeking a consultant to:
- Work with PCDC’s technical assistance team members, including staff who worked on the projects, to gather information on 15-20 projects from the last five years, including detailed project descriptions, photos if available, and stories of impact at the community, provider, or individual level.
- From the pool of 15-20 projects, help identify 10 projects to develop into narratives. Develop talking points, templates (e.g., slides), and brief (2-3 sentence) and long-form (one page max) narratives for use in a variety of settings, including business development calls, grant proposals, and meetings with potential donors or investors.
The consultant must be able to develop and deliver the narratives, talking points, and templates within three months of contract execution (anticipated February 2022 start).
Please fill out the form on the right to access the RFP.
Due Date: January 21, 2022