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Demystifying Grant Seeking: What You Really Need to Do to Get Grants by Martin John Brown, Larissa Golden Brown

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RESOURCE A: HANDS-ON FORMS FOR GRANT SEEKERS

In this section you will find blank versions of all the forms referenced in the main text. Feel free to photocopy them. Use them in your meetings, research, and preparation for your own grant proposals.

Exhibit A.1. Questions About Our Organization

Mission and style

  • When, why, and how did our organization start? Exactly who founded our organization?
  • What is the story of our founding? Was it in response to a critical need or incident?
  • What is the community need that we address? How is this need important to our community? Do we address the need on a local, regional, state, national, or global basis? What community or constituency do we serve or represent?
  • What are our organization's values—the ...

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