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Winning Grants: Step by Step, Third Edition by Alliance for Nonprofit Management, Tori O'Neal-McElrath, Mim Carlson

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Managing a Site Visit

A site visit is exactly what its name implies: the funder comes to your organization’s site (or the site of the proposed program) to visit with leaders, staff, board members, and those the organization serves. Not every organization requesting funding gets a site visit, because it is a part of the vetting process for proposals that are in the advanced stage of consideration. You should also understand that a site visit is by no means an assurance of funding for your program. What it does mean is that there is enough of a match between the grantmaker, the organization, and the proposed program that the funder believes it warrants further investigation.
When a site visit is requested, the key staff assigned to the program ...

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