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Do you have an excellent project idea but lack the funding to make it happen? Grants supply financial support, but many people struggle with the process. Grant Writing: The Complete Workbook for Writing Grant Proposals that Win by Mary Gladstone-Highland, Certified Fund Raising Executive and Founder of Spark Group LLC, a nonprofit consulting firm, answers your grant questions in a way that is easy to understand and sets you up for success so that your project ideas become a reality. It encourages you to ask the right questions, hand-holds you through practical exercises, and offers a map that includes paths to develop strategic relationships with funders.You might be a nonprofit, educator, business or individual ? this workbook guides those who are new to grant writing as well as anyone who just needs a refresher.The book provides answers to many of the questions that arise during the grant writing process. From planning the project to writing the application you can find answers to questions such as:What is a grant?Who can apply? Where do I find grant opportunities?What information should I include?How do I craft a compelling story?How to write a grant budget?How do I connect with funders?Grant Writing helps you to implement the suggestions through examples and thought-provoking check-ins called ?Think like a Grantor.? At the end of the book, you will find helpful grant writing templates, including a grant application template, a grant budget example, and much more.If you are looking for a comprehensive, yet clear and fun-to-read grant text, then look no further. This guide offers all the information you need to find, write, and submit winning proposals.Start to build up your grant writing skills and grab your copy today!
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