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Grantwriting Beyond the Basics, book 1: Proven Strategies Professionals Use to Make Their Proposals Work.




Grantwriting beyond the basics; book 1: Proven strategies professionals use to make their proposals work.

Wells, Michael K.

Continuing Education Press, [c]2005

107 p.

$19.95 (pa)

Wells (Portland State U.) is a partner in a consulting firm and is a regular contributor to the online CharityChannel and Grants and Foundation Review. In this guide he covers such topics as current trends affecting grant writing, professional grant writing skills, establishment of need, the use of logic models, the use of the budget to tell a story, tracking for the small organization, capital campaigns, and resources for grant writers. An annotated case study of a grant proposal demonstrates the principles discussed in the book.
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