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Winning Grants Step by Step: The Complete Workbook for Planning, Developing and Writing Successful Proposals, 4th Edition by Tori O'Neal-McElrath

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Step 12

Sustaining Relationships with Funders

NOW IS THE PERFECT TIME to take inventory: a compelling program plan addressing a pressing community problem was created. From there, a solid grant proposal using the steps as outlined in this workbook was crafted. Then said proposal was submitted as directed in the funder’s grant guidelines. Mission accomplished? Well, not quite yet.

Following Up on the Proposal

In many cases, funders will provide a timeline for their grantmaking process. Imbedded within this timeline will be language outlining that the funder requires a certain number of weeks or months to review all proposals. There may even be a request that organizations not call during that specific period—a request that should be honored. In ...

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