Getting Your Grant: A How-to-do-it Manual for Librarians

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Neal-Schuman, Jan 1, 1993 - Business & Economics - 172 pages
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Covers every aspect of grantsmanship, from deciding whether an idea is fundable, to writing a proposal and managing the internal grant process. There are sections on approaching funding sources, performing the research for applications, producing a timetable, and garnering support for projects.

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Contents

Developing the Idea
25
Identifying Funding Sources
45
Foundation Funding
65
Developing Your Proposal
85
Appendix A Flathead County Library MacArthur Grant Application
107
Staff Training for
118
Directory of State Humanities Councils
134
ALA Poets in Person Application Forms
140
Appendix F Marshall Public Library Grant Applications and Letters
150
Select Bibliography
169
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