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The only grant-writing book you'll ever need

Author: Ellen Karsh; Arlen Sue Fox
Publisher: New York : Basic Books, 2009.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 3rd ed., Rev. & updatedView all editions and formats
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A comprehensive guide to writing grants that offers step-by-step instructions for every stage of the grant writing process and explains what grantmakers are really looking for when reading grant applications.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ellen Karsh; Arlen Sue Fox
ISBN: 9780465018697 0465018696
OCLC Number: 316825485
Description: xxxv, 411 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: TABLE OF CONTENTS --
Prerequisites --
Who am I? (and what in the world do I want to do?) --
Wait a second, what is a grant ... and where do I get one? --
Making (dollars and) sense of grant-application packages: what grantmakers want --
Getting ready to write a grant proposal --
It's finally time to write the proposal --
Foundations of proposal writing --
Writing (proposals) with style: twelve basic rules --
Writing (proposals) with style: tackling the blank page --
Identifying and documenting the need: what problem will a grant fix? --
Goals and objectives: what do you hope to achieve if you get the money? --
Developing and presenting a winning program --
Finding partners and building coalitions (the MOUs that roared) --
The evaluation plan: how can you be sure if your program worked? --
The budget: how much will it cost ... and is the cost reasonable? --
Sustainability: how will you continue the program when the grant funds run out? (and you'd better not say, "I won't!") --
Capacity: proving that you can get the job done --
Front and back: the cover page or cover letter, the abstract, the table of contents, and the appendix --
And after the proposal ... --
The site visit: playing host --
So now you know: what next?
Responsibility: Ellen Karsh and Arlen Sue Fox.

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