"The third edition clearly addresses the method, s new techniques and procedures that will help create a provocative grant seeking effort". -- Curriculum AdministratorAuthor David G. Bauer reveals how proposal writers can locate funding sources with like ideals, and how proposals can be written to link the interests of the funding source with those of the writer's organization, project, or program. The most recent changes in corporate philanthropy are discussed, as are the best methods for approaching private and government funding sources -- and the importance of following up on unsuccessful proposals. More sample letters and other documents have been included in this edition, as well as additional worksheets to help grantseekers write better proposals in less time. The "How To" Grants Manual also includes a special list of the best grants sources for beginning the process.
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