The Complete Book of Grant Writing
Learn to Write Grants Like a Professional
Автор(и) : Nancy Burke Smith, E. Gabriel Works
Издател : Sourcebooks, Inc.
Място на издаване : Naperville, USA
Година на издаване : 2006
ISBN : 978-1-4022-0667-2
Брой страници : 258
Език : английски
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The Complete Book of Grant Writing is a must-have shelf reference for anyone seeking funding through grants--government grants, foundation grants, specialty grants and more. Professional grant writer Nancy Burke Smith and philanthropy consultant and grantmaker E. Gabriel Works unveil the secrets behind how to find and professionally apply for grants.
The Complete Book of Grant Writing includes information on:
• The Five Core Components of every grant including the statement of need, the evaluation plan and budgets
• What makes a grant compelling to funders?
• What to do when you are funded--and what you can do when you are not
• How to be a professional grant writer
• The grant writing timetable, from responding to requests for proposals to receiving funding
Grant writing in different fields of nonprofit practice, including educational, governmental, environmental and faith-based organizations
The Only Grant Writing Book You'll Ever Need
The Complete Book of Grant Writing is unique in that it's co-authored by a grant writer (Smith) and a grant maker (Works), so the reader gets both perspectives on what makes a successful grant proposal. The book begins with an overview of the two types of grant seeking: reactive grant seeking (responding to "requests for proposals" or RFPs) and proactive grant seeking.
The Complete Book of Grant Writing then takes the reader through every step of writing grant proposals, from the planning stages before you write a word, through the five core components of every grant proposal.
Nancy Burke Smith
Nancy Burke Smith is a freelance writer specializing in grant proposals and other communications for nonprofit organizations, including the Council of Michigan Foundations, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and the C.S. Mott Foundation. She coauthored The Everything Grantwriting Book.
E. Gabriel Works
E. Gabriel Works is senior consultant to The Grantmaking School. As principal of Works Associates, she leverages her distinctive knowledge of private, community and corporate philanthropy to provide consulting services that focus on enhancing the practice of philanthropy.