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Rebuilding After A Disaster

Tue, Oct 23, 2018 @ 16:10 PM / by Carol Timms posted in library grant, nonprofit, foundation funding, disaster preparedness, natural disaster, grants for disaster planning, non-profit, first responders, grant opportunity, foundation grant money, animal shelter, FEMA, football grants, grants for football, animal shelter grant, animal shelter funding, NFL, football equipment grants, grants from service organizations, service organizations, dog park grants, animal grants, dog grants, grants for dog parks, grants for dogs, grants for animal needs, dog parks, grants for disaster relief, disaster relief grants, grant funding, grant, Hurricane Harvey, grants for animals, animal needs grants, thank you, disaster, Disaster Relief Grants for School Libraries, school library grants, school libraries

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Immediately after a disaster, governmental agencies, volunteers and non-profits respond en masse to the affected area. These entities provide essential health and human services. In turn, granting organizations support these first responders by offering grants for general expenses and specific special interests.

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Five Ways to Say Thank You for Grant Funding!

Wed, Dec 20, 2017 @ 21:12 PM / by Carol Timms posted in grant, grant thank you, thank you to funders, thank you

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Thoughtful holiday gifts are followed by heartfelt Thank You cards. We were taught how to thank Aunt Edna for the new pajamas, but it’s unlikely we were coached on the best way to thank funders who respond positively to our grant requests. Not only are well-directed thank-you communications polite, they help build an ongoing relationship to support future funding.  While a Thank You note is nice, there are even more effective strategies. Consider these five additional approaches.

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