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by Deborah S. Koch

How to Say It: Grantwriting: Write Proposals That Grantmakers Want to Fund download ebook
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0735204454
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978-0735204454
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Deborah S. Koch
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Prentice Hall Press; Original edition (October 6, 2009)
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A guide to writing grant proposals tailored specifically to a donor?s interests, complete with step-by-step instructions and samples of winning proposals.

A guide to writing grant proposals tailored specifically to a donor?s interests, complete with step-by-step instructions and samples of winning proposals. Deborah S. Koch is the author of How to Say It: Grantwriting, which shows how nonprofit organizations can use words effectively to make the case for their projects. Koch’s book contains critical tips on crafting attention-grabbing proposals and discusses writing grants in difficult economic times. Koch has an MPA from Harvard’s Kennedy School. She has experience with both Congressional and foundation fundraising. Series: How to Say It.

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How to Say It: Grantwriting: Write Proposals That Grantmakers Want to Fund. What others are saying. Few proposal writing resources are geared specifically to individual grantseekers. Foundations that give to individuals have highly specific criteria, and this makes it hard to create a comprehensive. GrantSpace, a service of the Foundation Center, offers information and resources that are specifically designed to meet the needs of grantseekers. Author: Deborah Ward. Publication: September 11, 2009.

Grant writing is the practice of completing an application process for a financial grant provided by an institution such as a government department, corporation, foundation, or trust. Such application processes are often referred to as either a grant proposal or a grant submission. Successful grant writing requires a clear understanding of grantsmanship.

Grant writing is challenging. What grantmakers want. The keys to writing a great grant proposal. Nonprofit grant-application writing. It demands a lot of time, patience and dedication. Although some writers may find it boring, most would agree that winning money for a great cause is deeply satisfying. Even nurses need to know how to write grants, and this primer prepares them to do just that. The final chapters discuss grant-writing trends and ethical dilemmas related to grants.

A guide to writing grant proposals tailored specifically to a donor?s interests, complete with step-by-step instructions and samples of winning proposals. In grant- seeking, words can go where the applicant can?t?the foundation boardroom, the corporation?s headquarters?so it?s important to use them as the strategic, powerful tools that they are. This book shows readers how to find, frame, and use words effectively to make the case for any organization and its projects. Readers are provided the tools for crafting a grant proposal that speaks directly to the funder?s interests. Grant-seekers will learn: ? How to find out which funders fit their project exactly ? Strategies for figuring out what each grant-maker is looking for ? Critical tips for crafting attention-grabbing proposals Koch shows readers how to write with a point of view that is geared to the funder?s interests and goals, while remaining true to the project. Packed with examples of winning proposals, and strategies for using words to inspire and convince, this is the must-have resource for any grant-seeker hoping to stand apart from the crowd.
Reviews:
  • Tenius
I wish someone would write a clear straight forward process for writing grants. What I mean is just start with the beginning process and go all the way through to the last stage/step end. Too much jumping around in this book for me. It has good information but the author(s) is stingy with the core process of writing ONE grant from start to finish "Laid Out." And why are Individual project grants an area that no one will even address. Not one chapter on it I was hoping for at least one chapter on individual project grants.
  • Ichalote
"How to Say It: Grantwriting" is a concise and engaging manual for grant writers. Deborah Koch covers all the technical ins and outs of preparing grant proposals but the book's primary focus is on the importance of high quality writing and communication. There is a strong emphasis on understanding potential grantmakers to ensure a good fit with your organization, mission, and strengths. Ms. Koch's expertise is clear in her excellent writing and seasoned advice. There are many examples of proposals as well as "before and after" edits. Pick this one up if you need to write grants for your organization, or are involved in any way in nonprofit communications or fund development. Highly recommended.
  • Larosa
This book provides very helpful information on how to write grants that will get awarded. Koch makes the important points that a grant writer needs to know their audience, to get inside the head of the funder as to what interests them and what the funder sees as the best ways to achieve solutions, and essentially to engage reviewers so that the proposal stands out and gets serious consideration for funding. This is done through the words a grant writer chooses to use. The book makes this and other important points while directing the reader with specific steps and examples. My particular interest, though, concerns faculty working within university and college settings who are seeking grant awards. These are unique contexts with their own special dynamics. The book works well with Cynthia Carr's "The Nuts & Bolts of Grant Writing," which takes all of this and in a detailed and comprehensive way makes it relevant for faculty as grant writers. Carr’s book nails it for the particular settings in which faculty find themselves. For faculty seeking grant awards, I recommend buying both books as together they complement each other very well and provide excellent guidance.
  • Beazerdred
A great book on how to word your proposal for a grant, this has helped me in writing grants for my non-profit Organization and this is the first time ever I have done this. This book tells you exactly what you need to keep in mind when writing a grant, how your grant will be perceived by the way you write it which makes a difference on whether or not you are one of the lucky organization to receive monies.

Would recommend this book to anyone writing a grant.
  • Umdwyn
I got the grant I needed. I had never written a grant before -- this book gave me a philosophy of intention and presentation. If you are in the grant writing arena, buy it -- at the very least it will give you hope and enthusiasm.
  • Mallador
This book is a good addition to other books about the complicated topic of grant writing. I don't believe it is comprehensive enough to be the only reference for this type of writing, but it does add depth to the reader's knowledge base.
  • Musical Aura Island
Came in great condition!
As a Grant Writer for 10 years, this book has come in handy and offers some valuable insight. I would highly recommend