Grant Proposals that Succeeded

  • Editors
  • Virginia White

Part of the Nonprofit Management and Finance book series (NOMA)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-viii
  2. Introduction

    1. Virginia White
      Pages 1-2
  3. Research Grants

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 3-5
    2. The Differentiation and Physiology of a Neuroblastoma

    3. The Impact of Inflation-Recession on Families in Cities

      1. Paul Hennessey
        Pages 35-41
    4. Engineering Ethics Study

  4. Training Grants

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 73-74
    2. Henry Street Settlement’s Youth Employment Training Program

    3. Applied Social Research in Crime/Delinquency Programs

    4. Health Advocacy Master’s Program

  5. The Arts

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 127-129
    2. The Opera Participation Project—Involving Bay Area Youth in the Vocal Arts

    3. Small Arts Projects: Marjorie Strider Exhibition, “City Flow: A Work in Sound” - Liz Phillips, and Six Exhibitions by Contemporary Artists

    4. On the March

      1. Terry Lawler
        Pages 153-160
      2. Virginia White
        Pages 161-171
    5. The Living Stage Theatre Company—A Proposal to Work with Incarcerated Men and Women

  6. The Humanities

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 189-189
    2. A Three-Quarter Sequence of Interdisciplinary Humanities Courses for General Students

  7. Federal Contracts—Request for Proposal (RFP)

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 213-214
    2. Federal Contracts—Request for Proposal (RFP)

  8. Foundations and Corporations

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 229-230
    2. The Initial Approach to Private Foundations and Corporations

      1. Paul Hennessey
        Pages 231-238
  9. Back Matter
    Pages 239-240

About this book


application was given describing the research No fund-raising technique is as effective as a personal presentation, a detailed discussion be· techniques, pre-application negotiations with the tween the applicant and the potential funder of granting agency, and the strong features of the the proposed activity held before the written re­ written application that contributed to its success. quest is submitted. If, during the discussion, the Examples that have appeared and continue to appear in GRANTS MAGAZINE were sug­ presentation is made effectively, the chance of success is immeasurably greater and the final gested or contributed by many people, among preparation of the application is comparatively them the magazine's editors, editorial board members, and their colleagues, friends, and easier. It is not, unfortunately, always possible to associates many of whom are successful grantees make a personal presentation. In many, actually or administrators of grant programs. It became most, cases the only form of contact the applicant clear from the number of reprint requests for the has with the funding organization is the written Grant Clinic feature that a compendium of some request. And even in those cases where there has examples that had appeared there would make a been extensive discussion, there always comes a time useful reference volume containing exemplary when a request must be presented in writing in some form. applications.


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