Designing Successful Grant Proposals by Donald C. Orlich

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Agencies and foundations issue guidelines to bring organizational uniformity to all applications. You should be thoroughly familiar with them. I take a highlighter pen and highlight every important element in the guidelines I’m given. General Elements: The Feds For the most part, guidelines are the blueprints you must follow in preparing the full proposal or preproposal. S. Department of Education Request for Applications (RFA) under the Dwight D. Eisenhower Federal Activities Program, Professional Development, CFDA No.

The Federal Internal Revenue Service officially designates the nonprofit organizations in the United States. In order for you to receive any foundation money, your group must be legally described as a nonprofit organization. The very least is that it be declared a state nonprofit organization. The secretary of state at your state capital can send you the necessary forms to incorporate as a nonprofit group. This is usually the first step to gaining an IRS designation. The IRS forms are more detailed than those of the state.

Typically, this one- or two-page piece contains: (1) a need or problem and significance, (2) goals and objectives, (3) procedures or methodology, (4) an evaluation model, (5) personnel, (6) a short budget note, and (7) an IRS 501(c)(3) letter. These components will be thoroughly discussed later. The acceptance rate of the initial phase applications is usually low. In some cases, they are declined at a rate of 98 percent or more. Assuming invitation to phase two, you will be asked to submit a full proposal.

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