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Looking Back: Useful Grant Writing Information, Part 1 of 2

Thu, Jan 10, 2013 @ 14:01 PM / by Alisyn Franzen posted in great resources, Letter of Inquiry, logic models, how to get noticed, grant services, unsolicited grant, grant readiness, grant writing

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With the start of a new year, many people tend to “look back” on the previous year – to learn from the good, the bad, and the ugly and then use their reflections to alter life as needed in anticipation of better results in the year ahead.

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Where Can You Find Grant Examples?

Tue, Nov 6, 2012 @ 16:11 PM / by Alisyn Franzen posted in great resources, Letter of Inquiry, sample grant budgets, grant budget example, grant services, Grant writing objectives, Budgets, grant writing submission, grant research tips, grant writing examples, How to Grant Write, Grant Writing Tips, tips on grant evaluations, sample grants, sample grant proposals, grant proposal example

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We are often asked for examples on all things grant related. Where can I find an example of a grant budget? What is a good example of a grant proposal? Where can I see a sample letter of inquiry?

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What to Do if a Grant Making Foundation is “Off the Grid”

Wed, Aug 1, 2012 @ 07:08 AM / by Roland Garton posted in Letter of Inquiry, best practices in grant writing, Grant Writing Tips

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Applying for grants with little information

Recently, a client hired us to help them apply for a grant from a local foundation.  This seemingly standard assignment, however, had a bit of a twist – the Foundation was “off the grid” in that it had no website, no one answered their phone, and no information could be found regarding their grant application process.  The Foundation engaged in limited publicity, and our client had only discovered it by reading a press release sent out by one of the Foundation’s grant recipients.  Our client’s funding need matched the goals of the recipient organization, hence our client’s interest. However, this scenario posed an interesting problem.  In today’s world of information-overload, how does a grant writer proceed when no information is available? 

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