Standing Beside Alaska's Non-Profits


Strategic Grantsmanship: When to try and how to succeed

Price: $101.00     Partner Price: $71.00

As part of a mix of development strategies, raising funds through grants to build buildings, buy equipment and offer new and innovative programs are all good reasons to write a proposal. This book explores the components of a successful grant proposal; outlines how to prepare effective proposals; looks at ways to make your application attract a funder's attention; shows you where to research funding possibilities; helps you discover ways to build relationships that are the key to sustainable funding; and discusses the importance of grant management. Readers of this book will be prepared to take a fresh look at their organization's fundraising and decide how grants fit into their strategies.

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