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Grant writing for dummies / by Beverly A. Browning.

Authors: Browning, Beverly A., 1948-
Call number: 658.15224 BRO 2011
Publisher: Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley & Sons, c2011.
Publication date: c2011.
Subject: Proposal writing for grants -- United States.
Grants-in-aid -- United States.
Fund raising -- United States.
Series title: --For dummies.
Online: Full text
Title: Grant writing for dummies / by Beverly A. Browning.
Edition: 4th ed.
Physical description: xxii, 330 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.).
Contents note: Starting line basics for grant seekers. Grasping the nuts and bolts of grant writing ; Drawing up your road map to getting the bucks ; Getting ready to write : knowing what funders want - -Cultivating your grant prospects. Dipping your toes into government grants ; Wading through Federal e-grant websites ; Navigating foundation and corporate funding websites ; Searching out grants for individuals and businesses ; Investigating international funders -- Increasing your odds of winning grants during dire times. Identifying the best government grant opportunities for your agency ; Playing by the rules to win points ; Using telling and selling words to write a compelling application -- Writing winning proposals. Crafting the supporting documents ; Conveying your capabilities ; Staring your needs: relating your best worst ; Presenting the big picture : program design and accountability ; Outlining your staff and resource availability ; Building the budget for the program design -- Wrapping up the submission and following up. Finalizing your application ; Staying organized in your application follow-up ; Keeping the ball rolling, win or lose ; Reaching out to corporations for cash and donations -- The part of tens. Ten tips for weathering hard times ; Ten tips for increasing your chances of receiving funding -- Appendix A. A complete example of a grant application narrative.
Notes: CD-ROM includes templates, forms, and checklists; examples of budget charts and request letters; Links to Regional Association of Grantmakers websites; and a sample grant application narrative.
Includes index.
CD-ROM system requirements for PC: PC with Pentium or faster processor ; Microsoft Windows 98 or later ; at least 32 MB of RAM ; CD-ROM drive ; monitor capable of displaying at least 256 colors or grayscale ; Adobe Reader.
CD-ROM system requirements for MAC: Mac OS computer with a 68040 or faster processor ; Mac OS system software 7.6.1 or later ; at least 32 MB of RAM ; CD-ROM drive ; monitor capable of displaying at least 256 colors or grayscale ; Adobe Reader.
Summary note: This book guides you through the entire grant-writing process and helps you apply for some of the billions of dollars available in government and private sector grants.
ISBN: 9781118013878 (pbk.) :
1118013875
LCCN: 2011934642
Url for this record: http://sherloc.imcpl.org/?itemid=|library/marc/dynix|1312403
Bib No.: 1312403

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