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Finding Funding
Grantwriting From Start to Finish, Including Project Management and Internet Use

Fifth Edition


February 2008 | 424 pages | Corwin
`The authors introduce very valuable ideas/strategies with tips and guidelines that could make every grant proposal successful' - Joen Hendricks-Painter, Educational Consultant.

`It is a great reference to have for serious grantwriters' - Janet Hurt, Assistant Superintendent

`I think this is a wonderful grantwriting book filled with lots of examples and tips. The documentation that they included was very helpful, as well as the exhaustive listing of sources and internet sites' - Shari Weber, Principal

This latest edition of the best-selling Finding Funding brings the reader up to date with the ever-changing technology and strategies of writing successful government, foundation, and private grants. With this significant update, the authors focus on the same winning strategy as the previous best-selling editions find people and organizations with money, target proposals effectively, and understand how to traverse the various terrains of funding agencies to find and obtain the funding you need. This book is an absolute necessity for any educator interested in winning grants for research, programs, or special projects.

 
List of Table
 
List of Figures
 
Preface
 
Acknowledgments
 
About the Authors
 
About the Contributors
 
Introduction
 
Part I. Exploring the Grants World
 
1. Unraveling the Mystique in Grant Applications
 
2. How to Explore Grant Possibilities in Education
 
3. Using the Federal Register and the Code of Federal Regulation
 
4. Using the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA)
 
5. Using the Internet to Access Funding Resources
 
6. The Hub of Federal Grants: Grants.gov
 
Part II. Writing Grant Proposals
 
7. What Are the Components of a Proposal?
 
8. Components of a Foundation Proposal
 
9. Writing a Federal Grant Proposal
 
10. Helpful Hints From Proposal Writing Professionals
 
11. Reviewing a Funded Proposal
 
12. Submitting a Grant Electronically
 
13. Understanding How Grants Are Awarded
 
14. The Players and Their Roles in the Process
 
Part III. Implementing, Operating, and Terminating a Project
 
15. Implementing a Funded Project
 
16. Understanding EDGAR and GPRA
 
17. Understanding Site Visits and Audits
 
18. Closing Out a Project
 
Bibliography
 
Resource A: Federal Register and Code of Federal Regulations Examples
 
Resource B: Abbreviations
 
Resource C: State Points of Contact (SPOC)
 
Resource D: Glossary of Terms
 
Index

"The authors introduce very valuable ideas and strategies with tips and guidelines that could make every grant proposal successful."

Joen Hendricks-Painter, Educational Consultant

"There are helpful tips throughout the book. The documentation included was very useful, as was the comprehensive listing of sources and Internet sites."

Sharon Weber, Principal
Punxsutawney Area School District, PA

“This excellent book offers tips, uses examples, and is arranged logically.”

Janet Hurt, Associate Superintendent
Logan County Schools, Russellville, KY

"From writing proposals to implementing programs, this in-depth survey is a 'must' not only for administrators and educators, but for any who locate grants to fund projects."

The Bookwatch, June 2008
Midwest Book Review

While this book contains some useful information and tips for students in other countries, the title does not reflect the main approach of the book, which is finding funding through federal educational grants in the US and which therefore has limited use in the UK.

Lesley Godfrey
Playwork Group, Leeds Beckett University
June 19, 2015

This was put on my strongly suggested reading site...although not required. Great resource.

Dr Kim Silbaugh
School Of Education, Lesley University
March 21, 2015

A useful how-to guide. Leads you without haste throughout the difficult road of being funded.

Dr Geronimo Maldonado-Martinez
Retrovirus Research Center, Universidad Central del Caribe
May 5, 2014

This book was so clear and concise and a part of the course required text. The students found the information helpful and "clear cut" about the next steps in proposal writing. Some asked about a disk, along with additional worksheets to support their learning.

So glad I adopted this text!

Alisha Bradley
Florida State University
School of Social Work

Ms Alisha Bradley-Nelson
School Of Social Work, Florida State University
March 12, 2013

Doesn't fit well with the sequence I use in the course.

Dr Sharon Chanley
Business Division, Upper Iowa University
December 4, 2009

Sample Materials & Chapters

Preface to the Second Edition

Introduction

Chapter 1


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ISBN: 9781412960007
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