The Grantseeker's Answerbook: Fundraising Experts Respond to the Most Commonly Asked Questions
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 1999 - Reference - 267 pages
This newly updated edition provides detailed answers to more than 100 commonly asked questions about searching for grants, written by a trio of experienced fundraising consultants with more than 50 years combin ed experience.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Do you think gearing up for a capital campaign can teach you to be more
Building a Team
ls there a simple way to explain to our program staff why they do
Our organization wants to set up an effective grants office Could
Our grants office receives more requests for help in writing
Developing a Proposal
sit down to write a proposal what information should I keep
Are there ethical guidelines that we can follow in developing grants?
Working with Funders
What should l include in or with our proposal?
Ive heard that site visits with a program officer can be useful
Most funders ask applicants to state their projects goals and
What is the best way to write an evaluation plan for a grant proposal?
ls there a foolproof way to make sure a grant application gets
What can we do to get a grant if what we are doing is what
Increasingly we are being asked to focus our appeals not on
Why has replication become so hot and how detailed must we
What is the level of specificity we need to include when writing
Were applying for a federal grant that requires a 20 percent non
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