Steve Turley, a former Program Officer at the National Science Foundation, will lead this workshop on how to write a strong grant proposal. While the discussion will specifically focus on proposals written to the Division of Undergraduate Education at the National Science Foundation, most of the principles we discuss should be broadly applicable to other NSF divisions and other funding agencies. In the workshop we will practice outlining and writing various parts of a proposal (project description, project summary, budget, postdoc mentoring plan, management plan, program evaluation, data management plan, etc.), do a mock review of a sanitized version of a previously submitted proposal, and discuss the proposal review process and timelines. We will also discuss the major elements of different funding opportunities for research related to physics education at the National Science Foundation such as Workshops, Improving Undergraduate STEM Education (IUSE), Scholarships in STEM (S-STEM), the Robert Noyce Scholarship Program, Advanced Technical Education (ATE), and EHR Core Research (ECR).