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Winning Grants Step by Step

The Complete Workbook for Planning, Developing, and Writing Successful Proposals

This hands-on, user-friendly workbook guides the user through the basic grantwriting process. It is modeled on creating proposals for program funding and can be adapated easily for general support and other proposals. The book targets this basic truth: A grant proposal must clearly articulate a well thought-out program that both inspires confidence in the nonprofits ability to implement it and fits within the interests of the funder who receives it.

Author: Tori O’Neal-McElrath, Lynn Kanter, Lynn Jenkins English
Year Published: 2019
Number of Pages: 128

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  1. FFFbooks123 (verified owner)

    People with passion and knowledge of a subject can grant write! This is a great resource for anyone that works in nonprofit development. Although the grant process is becoming more and more streamlined via the internet, it is still a good idea to know how to put together effective proposals so that you can translate that knowledge into a foundation’s specific format.

  2. veronica lozano (verified owner)

    This book is a great reference book for the grant writing process. It is very straightforward and great for someone like myself who is new to this process. Chapters are easily separated by topic which makes it easy to find the information you are looking for.

  3. alyssakornbrath (verified owner)

    I look forward to using this book to support teachers with the grant writing process. It will be very helpful for teachers new to the process!

  4. mdoran (verified owner)

    Working for non-profits, grants are essential. Anything that can help secure a grant is important. This book is a valuable resource!

  5. Khara Holborow (verified owner)

    This book was very informative and helped me write several successful grants.

  6. Rene Hendricks (verified owner)

    A helpful tool to grant writing for effective success. Eager to give it a try!

  7. RebeccaM (verified owner)

    This book was easy to read and reference while engaging in the grant writing process. It was very helpful to me and our organization!

  8. breanna stoutenburgh (verified owner)

    I especially appreciated the section in step four, on defining clear goals and objectives. I also appreciated the section on what to do if you win a grant, on pg. 113.

  9. Grace Anne Michel (verified owner)

    Great read and super helpful!

  10. Savanna Rilatos (verified owner)

    Super excited to start using this in my writing!

  11. Ravin Lopez (verified owner)

    great book for anyone working for non profits!

  12. Heather Brazille (verified owner)

    Great information for those in the non-profit world looking to get better at writing grants.

  13. Briar Smith (verified owner)

    Very informative and useful book – would highly recommend!

  14. Jessica Evans (verified owner)

    This is a great intro to the topic of grant writing. Lot’s of valuable information and helpful.

  15. Christina Morgan (verified owner)

    Great book. It was very useful for learning the grant writing process in an easy to read format.

  16. Teresa (verified owner)

    This book is great for beginners and people who have minimal grant writing experience. I will definitely use it in my non-profit work.

  17. pwmeyer (verified owner)

    A good starting point that walks you through the process step by step. A thorough reference work that you can go back to to guide you through a complicated process. Keep it handy when writing your applications.

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