The "how to" grants manual : successful grantseeking techniques for obtaining public and private grants / David G. Bauer.
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- ISBN: 9780275997908 :
- ISBN: 0275997901 :
- Physical Description: pages cm.
- Edition: 6th ed.
- Publisher: Westport, Conn. London : Praeger, 
- Copyright: ©2007
|Bibliography, etc. Note:|| Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Getting ready to seek grant support for your organization -- Motivating yourself to follow a proactive, success-based grants system -- Searching the literature to document your project's statement of need: creating an urgent and compelling case -- Developing a proactive grants system: finding the time to organize for grants success -- The grant-winning approach: expanding your possible solutions -- Developing key search terms to identify the best grantor(s): redefining your project and improving your research/grants profile to get the right hits -- Why grant funds to you and your organization? Capitalizing on your capabilities -- Creating grant-winning teams and consortia: involving volunteers through advisory committees and advocacy groups -- Selecting the right marketplace for your project -- Documenting organizational support for your proposal: preproposal summary and approval -- Public/government funding opportunities -- Understanding the government grants marketplace -- Researching the government marketplace -- How to contact government grant sources -- Planning the successful federal proposal -- Improving your federal proposal: the grants quality circle -- Submission: what to do and what not to do -- Federal grant requirements -- Dealing with the decision of public funding sources -- Follow-up with government funding sources -- Private/foundation funding opportunities -- Understanding the private foundation marketplace -- Researching potential private foundation grantors: how to find the foundation that is best suited to fund your project -- Contacting a private foundation before submission -- Applying for private foundation funds: letter of inquiry letter proposal -- Proposal submission, the decision, and follow-up: private foundation funding sources -- Private/corporate funding opportunities -- Understanding the corporate marketplace -- Researching potential corporate grantors: how to find the corporate funding source that is best suited to fund your project -- Contacting a corporate grantor before submission -- Applying for corporate funds -- Proposal submission, the decision, and follow-up: corporate grantors -- List of resources.
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