Foundation Center's Guide to Proposal Writing
Edition: 6th 2012
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Description: In the sixth edition of our essential Guide, author Jane C. Geever provides detailed instructions on preparing successful grant proposals. Incorporating the results of 40 interviews with grantmakers across the nation, the Guide reveals their priorities in reviewing submissions and provides insight into what makes a winning proposal. The Guide outlines the entire proposal-writing process: Pre-Proposal Planning Tips-This helps you decide when your nonprofit is ready to raise funds and determine how to best define your project. Components of the Proposal-Review actual cover letters, project descriptions, budgets, and examples of important follow-up communications with prospective donors. Guidance from Grantmakers-Interviews highlight new trends in grantmaking: preferred proposal formats, funder cultivation strategies, tips on re-submitting a rejected request, and on how to capture and sustain a grantmaker's interest. To illustrate key points, excerpts from successful grant proposals are inserted throughout the Guide. And a complete model proposal is included in the appendix. An updated bibliography features selected resources on proposal development, including web and print sources. Three new chapters are added to address the impact of online innovations on the grantmaking process, and to provide additional insights and tips on the funders' "due diligence" proposal review process. Established in 1956, the Foundation Center is the leading source of information about philanthropy worldwide. Through data, analysis, and training, it connects people who want to change the world to the resources they need to succeed. The Center maintains the most comprehensive database on U.S. and, increasingly, global grantmakers and their grants-a robust, accessible knowledge bank for the sector. It also operates research, educations, and training programs designed to advance knowledge of philanthrophy at every level. Thousands of people visit the Center's web site each day and are served in its five regional library/learning centers and its network of more than 450 funding information centers located in public libraries, community foundation, and educational institution nationwide and around the world. For more information, please visit foundationcenter.org or call (212) 620-4230. Book jacket.
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Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Foundation Center, The
Size: 7.50" wide x 10.50" long x 0.75" tall
|From the Author|
|Introduction: The Proposal Is Part of a Process|
|Getting Started: Establishing a Presence and Setting Funding Priorities|
|Developing the Proposal: Preparation, Tips on Writing, Overview of Components|
|Developing the Proposal: The Executive Summary|
|Developing the Proposal: The Statement of Need|
|Developing the Proposal: The Project Description|
|Developing the Proposal: The Evaluation|
|Developing the Proposal: The Budget|
|Developing the Proposal: Organization Information and Conclusion|
|Variations on the Project Proposal Format|
|Packaging the Proposal|
|Researching Potential Funders|
|Contacting and Cultivating Potential Funders|
|Funder Reviews of the Proposal-Due Diligence|
|Meeting with Funders|
|Life After the Grant-or Rejection|
|What the Funders Have to Say|
|Selected Resources on Proposal Development|
|Resources of the Foundation Center|
|About the Author|