Grantseeker's Toolkit: A Comprehensive Guide to Finding Fundingby Cheryl Carter New
Pub. Date: 09/07/1998
Grants are a key source of support for most nonprofit organizations, particularly new organizations or those starting new programs. This guide, developed out of a series of seminars, helps grantseekers develop a strategic plan for finding funds for their programs. It outlines how to develop a program that will receive funding and provides the best methods for writing a grant proposal.
Table of ContentsHOW TO DESIGN A FUNDABLE PROJECT.
Grantseeking, The Philosophy.
Where to Begin?
Designing the Project.
Organizing the Project.
HOW TO FIND A FUNDER TO MATCH YOUR PROJECT.
Introduction to Finding Funders.
Researching Federal Funding Sources.
Researching Foundation Funding Sources.
Researching Corporate Funding Sources.
Researching State and Local Funding Sources.
DEVELOPING THE FINAL PROJECT.
Analyzing the Grantmaker's Guidelines or Request for Proposal.
When, Who, What, Where, and How Much?
Mission, Goals, and Objectives.
DEVELOPING AND WRITING THE FINAL PROPOSAL.
Phase 1: Problem Statement, Project Approach, Goals and Objectives, and Project.
Phase 2: Dissemination Plan, Evaluation Plan, Continuation Plan, Management Plan, Time Lines, and Key Personnel Biographical Sketches.
Phase 3: The Budget and the Budget Justification.
Phase 4: Appendix.
Phase 5: Introduction, Executive Summary, Table of Contents, Title Page, and Cover Letter.
The Final Proposal Package and Conclusion.
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