Faith-based Grants: Aligning Your Church to Receive Abundance

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Bev Browning, 2005 - Reference - 165 pages
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Both church or ministry leaders and their members are under the impression that the President and Congress have allocated millions and millions of public funds for faithbased organizations?for any purpose, religious or non-religious and that the faithbased grant tree is full of unrestricted, no strings attached ?ready to pick? fruits?also known as grant awards. In this book, my goal is to help churches and ministries across the United States?large and small, denominational and non-denominational?understand how to align institutions and congregations to receive the abundance intended under the Federal government?s faithbased grants initiative.
  

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Contents

lNTRODUCTlON
1
CHAPTER
6
Putting the 5 Steps lnto Action
14
CHAPTER 4
29
Obtaining a DUNS Number
42
Learning from FAQs and More
51
Empowering Your Membership
65
Federal Grant Writing Format
81
CHAPTER 10
95
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

Dr. Beverly A. Browning, a national grant writing consultant with over $80 million in client grant awards, has released her newest book for churches and ministries, Faith-Based Grants: Aligning Your Church to Receive Abundance. Browning is mostly known for her bestselling book, Grant Writing For Dummies (Wiley, 2001 and 2005). In her new book, she guides churches and other ministry groups how to position themselves to receive what remains of the Federal faith-based grantmaking initiativeXin other words, How to get a piece of the pie before the pie is gone.

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