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7 Steps to Start a Grant Writing Ministry : For Your Church
by Rhonda Branch Yearby




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Rhonda Branch Yearby is a Faith-Builder & Forgiveness Coach, Successful Non-Profit Grant Writer, Speaker & Award Winning International Bestselling Author of over 25 books and loves sharing Gods word in her books and a crusader for literacy The purpose of this book is for the reader to have a simple understanding of how to start a grant writing ministry, and how to Write a Faith Based Grant Proposal That Wins, and the tools needed for volunteer grant writers, the pastor, executive director or CEO who should be trained on how to start this ministry, and how to continue funds coming in and the ministry to continue growth. You've been given the task and now you're wondering how to write a grant. What exactly is a grant, anyway? It's a document in which you are proposing, or offering, something to someone else. That 'something' could be a product, a service, or even an idea about how to start a future project. At a grant proposal's core, there's a need. You need to define or at least summarize the need. Next, a grant proposal must offer or suggest a solution to that need. A need and its solution; those form the basis of a grant proposal, which can be as short as a one-page letter or over a hundred pages long.As a grant proposal writer, sometimes you will be the party with the need, like when you write a proposal seeking a loan, or some other form of support. At other times, you will be the one with the solution, like when you write a proposal offering products, services, or ideas that the other party needs or wants. This book handles these situations: . The 501 (c) (3) status will allow your church to meet the needs of the people in your community, to serve them and to meet the needs of your members whom you can employ.in your faith based organizations fundable programs. The ultimate bonus is to employ people who are unemployed in your community. I pray that you receive all the funding you need to meet the needs of the people in the community and to promote your church. I wish you HAPPY Grant writing & Fund Raising Rhonda Branch Yearby

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Rhonda Branch Yearby is a Faith-Builder & Forgiveness Coach, Successful Non-Profit Grant Writer, Speaker & Award Winning International Bestselling Author of over 25 books and loves sharing Gods word in her books and a crusader for literacy The purpose of this book is for the reader to have a simple understanding of how to start a grant writing ministry, and how to Write a Faith Based Grant Proposal That Wins, and the tools needed for volunteer grant writers, the pastor, executive director or CEO who should be trained on how to start this ministry, and how to continue funds coming in and the ministry to continue growth. You've been given the task and now you're wondering how to write a grant. What exactly is a grant, anyway? It's a document in which you are proposing, or offering, something to someone else. That 'something' could be a product, a service, or even an idea about how to start a future project. At a grant proposal's core, there's a need. You need to define or at least summarize the need. Next, a grant proposal must offer or suggest a solution to that need. A need and its solution; those form the basis of a grant proposal, which can be as short as a one-page letter or over a hundred pages long.As a grant proposal writer, sometimes you will be the party with the need, like when you write a proposal seeking a loan, or some other form of support. At other times, you will be the one with the solution, like when you write a proposal offering products, services, or ideas that the other party needs or wants. This book handles these situations: . The 501 (c) (3) status will allow your church to meet the needs of the people in your community, to serve them and to meet the needs of your members whom you can employ.in your faith based organizations fundable programs. The ultimate bonus is to employ people who are unemployed in your community. I pray that you receive all the funding you need to meet the needs of the people in the community and to promote your church. I wish you HAPPY Grant writing & Fund Raising Rhonda Branch Yearby


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  • ISBN-13: 9781985896291
  • ISBN-10: 198589629X
  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publish Date: February 2018
  • Page Count: 106
  • Dimensions: 7.99 x 5 x 0.22 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.25 pounds


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