Table of contents for Shaking the money tree : the art of getting grants and donations for film and video projects / Morrie Warshawski.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction
Chapter One. Laying the Foundation: Your Career
   First Steps
   Next Steps
   Last Steps
Chapter Two. Where's the Money?  
   Individuals
   Government Agencies
   Private Foundations
   Corporations
   Small Businesses
   Other Nonprofits
   Mixing it Up
Chapter Three. Patchwork Quilt - Putting Your Project Together
   The Story That Had to Be Told
   Audience
   Distribution
   Good Company
   Good Timing
   Money Matters
   Nonprofit - a Definition
   Your Umbrella - The Fiscal Sponsor
Chapter Four. Getting Personal - Individual Donors
   The Pitch
   Qualify the Donor 
   One-on-One
   Fundraising Houseparties
   Letters
Chapter Five. The Paper Trail - Foundations and Government Agencies
   Research
   Your Approach: It's Personal
   Writing the Proposal
   Elements of a Full Grant Proposal
   Last Calls
Chapter Six. All the Rest
    Good Housekeeping
    Going Corporate
    The Corner Store
    Students
    Morrie's Maxims
APPENDIX
Sample Grant
Brief Bibliography - Books and Helpful Web Sites
Note about the Author 
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Motion picture industry United States Finance, Video recording United States Finance