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Guide to Grants Writing for Non-Profits
by Harriet Grayson


Overview - Guide to Grants Writing for Non-Profits is the reference book for any non-profit organization or individuals who wish to work with non-profits seeking grants. This book is a complete guide that explains how to research private and corporate foundation grants as well as government grants (federal, state & local).  Read more...

 
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Overview
Guide to Grants Writing for Non-Profits is the reference book for any non-profit organization or individuals who wish to work with non-profits seeking grants. This book is a complete guide that explains how to research private and corporate foundation grants as well as government grants (federal, state & local). It also provides a grant template that is a universal tool to be used for writing & submitting grants regardless of the grantor. The handy reference book, Guide to Grants Writing for Non-Profits, is an invaluable resource for any non-profit, large or small. It explains how to develop that compelling message, write a forceful and powerful Program Narrative, create realistic Goals & Objectives, and a feasible budget. These are all winning components of a successful grant application. The book describes the important sources of information on private and corporate foundations. It also includes the step-by-step federal grant registration process in detail (www.grants.gov) and web site information on all 50 states for researching and submitting grant opportunities. A Glossary of important grant terms is included in the book, which should easily explain any unfamiliar words or phrases. The complete set of elements for a grant application are examined. These include: Organizational Mission, Statement of Need, Organizational Accomplishments and Uniqueness, Program Description, Management Plan, Evaluation & Budget. Helpful hints for developing these elements are explored with suggestions on how to best maximize success. The key is to write clear, concise sentences without fluff or complex, compound sentences. The grant reviewers often skim the contains of a grant application so the successful grants writer is able to keep the reviewers interest. The author Harriet Grayson, an experienced grants writer, provides hints from her vast years of writing successfully funded grants from private and corporate foundations as well as from the government.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781494770631
  • ISBN-10: 1494770636
  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publish Date: December 2013
  • Page Count: 116
  • Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.24 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.32 pounds


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