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9781119868071

Grant Writing For Dummies

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    9781119868071

  • ISBN10:

    1119868076

  • Edition: 7th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2022-03-29
  • Publisher: For Dummies

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Summary

Write award-winning grant proposals that build organizational capacity!

For nonprofit and for-profit firms alike, grants can be a singular generator of growth and impact. But many leaders are intimidated and confused by the sometimes-complex grant application process. The truth, however, is that anyone can learn to write and send a powerful grant letter with the right help.

In Grant Writing For Dummies, Dr. Beverly Browning draws on over four decades of experience writing grant applications and training grant writers to deliver a comprehensive and easy-to-follow roadmap to drafting and submitting grant applications that get funded. You’ll learn to craft the strongest application possible, find the best sources of funding from online databases, and present a realistic project budget plan.

You’ll also find:

  • Example types of funding requests that demonstrate how to apply the concepts discussed in the book
  • New and updated material walking you through the entire grant-writing process, from beginning to end
  • Writing techniques that capture the imaginations of grant reviewers who decide which applicants walk away empty-handed and which ones receive cash

Whether you’re looking to fund your nonprofit, grow your business, or develop your research venture, you’ll find the guidance you need in Grant Writing For Dummies.

Author Biography

Dr. Beverly A. Browning, MPA, DBA, is a grant writing superstar! Browning has worked as a consultant in this space for more than 40 years. She teaches online courses, publishes on grant writing, and manages a non-profit foundation. She is the author of all previous editions of Grant Writing For Dummies.

Table of Contents

Introduction 1

Part 1: Getting Started with Everything Grants 5

Chapter 1: Grantwriting Basics for Beginners 7

Chapter 2: Preparing for Successful Grantseeking 23

Chapter 3: Understanding Grantmaking Entities Expectations 41

Part 2: Researching Grantfunding Opportunities 55

Chapter 4: Venturing into Public-Sector Grants 57

Chapter 5: Navigating the Federal Grant Submission Portals 71

Chapter 6: Researching Potential Private-Sector Funders 83

Chapter 7: Finding Legitimate Grants for Individuals and Businesses 97

Chapter 8: Finding Grants for Academia and Fellowships 107

Chapter 9: Identifying Funds for Nongovernmental Organizations (NGOs) 115

Part 3: Maximizing Your Chances of Winning a Grant Award 121

Chapter 10: Finding Federal Grant Opportunities That Fit Your Needs 123

Chapter 11: Winning with Peer Review Scoring Factors 139

Chapter 12: Resuscitating Your Writing 155

Part 4: Following the Funder’s Guidelines 167

Chapter 13: Preparing Preliminary Documents 169

Chapter 14: Developing the Organizational History and Capability Boilerplate Narrative 183

Chapter 15: Validating Your Needs with a Compelling Narrative 197

Chapter 16: Incorporating Best Practices to Build the Program Design Narrative 209

Chapter 17: Preparing Project Management Plans and Sustainability Narratives 231

Chapter 18: Creating a Budget That Includes All the Funding You Need 247

Part 5: Triple-Checking Your Application, Submitting, and Following Up 269

Chapter 19: Checking Off the Mandatory Requirements for Compliance 271

Chapter 20: Knowing What to Do after Submitting Your Application 287

Chapter 21: Winning or Losing: What’s Next? 297

Chapter 22: Requesting Matching Funds and Other Goodies from Corporate Grantmakers 307

Part 6: The Part of Tens 317

Chapter 23: Ten e-Grant Tips 319

Chapter 24: Ten Steps to Making Grant Writing Your Career 325

Chapter 25: Ten Ways to Continue Being Viewed as a Grant Professional 331

Index 335

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