Grassroots Grants: An Activist's Guide to Proposal Writing

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Chardon Press, Jan 1, 1996 - Proposal writing for grants - 194 pages
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Learn what it takes to win grants for social justice. Even experienced grant writers will find useful, hands-on techniques here to improve their odds for success.

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Before You Begin l
Why People and Foundations Give Away Their Money
Get Organized The Grant Proposal as Organizing Plan

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About the author (1996)

Robinson, during his 16 years as a grassroots fundraiser and community organizer, he has written 100 successful grant proposals. He provides training and consultation to nonprofits across the country.

Kim Klein is widely regarded as one of the most important figures in the field of grassroots fundraising, both as a writer and a practitioner. In great demand as a speaker and presenter, she has provided training and consultation in all fifty states and twenty-one countries. Klein specializes in training nonprofit organizations working for social justice with budgets of less than $2,000,000 on how to build a broad base of individual donors. She began her fundraising career while studying to be a Methodist minister and working in one of the first domestic violence programs in California, La Casa de las Madres, in San Francisco. Since then, she has been development director, board member, and volunteer for numerous organizations working for social change. Klein founded the "Grassroots Fundraising Journal" in 1981 and is the author of "Fundraising for the Long Haul," "Fundraising in Times of Crisis," and "Ask and You Shall Receive," She also edited "Raise More Money: The Best of the Grassroots Fundraising Journal" with her partner, Stephanie Roth. She lives in Berkeley, California.

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