Table of contents for Demystifying grant seeking : what you really need to do to get grants / Larissa Golden Brown, Martin John Brown.


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Foreword by Judith E. Nichols, Ph.D., CFRE

PROLOGUE: GET INSPIRED AND READY TO GO
1. Clear Away Myths and Fears
2. Understand the Grantseeking Cycle
3. Set Up a Simple Office
STEP ONE: LEARN ABOUT YOUR ORGANIZATION, COMMUNITY, AND FUNDERS
4. Learn About Your Organization and Programs
5. Synthesize What You've Learned So Far
6. Learn About Your Community
7. Learn About Funders
STEP TWO: MATCH YOUR REQUEST TO A FUNDER
8. Move From Lead to Prospect to Match
STEP THREE: INVITE A FUNDER TO INVEST IN YOUR ORGANIZATION
9. Invite a Funder to Give 
10. Guide Relationships, Meetings, and Tours
STEP FOUR: FOLLOW UP WITH YOUR ORGANIZATION AND YOUR FUNDER
11. Communicate After Mailing a Proposal
12. Follow Up After a Funding Decision
STEP FIVE: EVALUATE YOUR RESULTS, METHODS, AND OPPORTUNITIES
13. Evaluate the Past, Strategize the Future
14. Personalize Your Grantseeking Cycle
15. Set Your Grantseeking Ground Rules
EPILOGUE: GET INSPIRED ALL OVER AGAIN
16. Grow From Efficiency to Expertise



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Fund raising, Proposal writing for grants