Perfect Phrases for Writing Grant Proposals

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McGraw Hill Professional, Oct 26, 2007 - Business & Economics - 192 pages
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The Right Phrase for Every Situation…Every Time

These days, it's not enough to work for a good cause or worthy organization. If you want to receive funding from a corporation, community, foundation, or government institution, it all comes down to one thing: your proposal. With hundreds of ready-to-use “Perfect Phrases,” you'll quickly know the right words to use for the three major sections of every successful grant proposal:

  • How to introduce yourself, your program, and your achievements
  • How to describe your goals-and what funding will accomplish
  • What you should include as your supporting documents

With this comprehensive, user-friendly approach to grant writing, you'll be able to tackle the various proposal formats, create a professional purpose statement, and back up your plan with solid data. Plus, you'll discover some insider secrets that will really get the attention you want-and the funding you need.

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Part One Perfect Phrases for the Introduction and Background of Your Organization
Part Two Perfect Phrases for the Description of Your Request
Part Three Perfect Phrases for the Attachment Documents

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About the author (2007)

Dr. Beverly Browning has been a grant-writing consultant for government groups, agencies, schools, corporations, and nonprofit organizations for two decades, raising more than $100 million in funds.

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