Millions of people dream about making money as a freelance grant writer. But grant writing is different than any other type of writing--it requires specific elements as well as a certain style and know-how. By the nature of this series, this book is a clear, concise, and easy-to-follow guide. Covering the basic skills every grant writer needs, this book will teach writers how to get the funds they are asking for--no matter how stringent the submission guidelines. This book explains all a prospective grant writer needs to know, including how to: Find the money up for grabs; Apply for government and foundation grants; Build community collaborations and partnerships; Write a statement of need; Develop a budget and budget narrative; Fill out appropriate paperwork. This book gives writers the insider information they need to confront the competitive market and seal the deal.A private charitable foundation engages in charitable giving from its acorpus, a money endowed to the foundation by a wealthy person, family ... Charitable private foundations are required by tax law to pay out, through grant making, 5 percent of the total corpus ... In years that the stock market does well, they earn more than the 5percent payout requirement and are able to build the corpus of the foundation.
|Title||:||The Only Writing Series You'll Ever Need - Grant Writing|
|Author||:||Judy Tremore, Nancy Burke Smith|
|Publisher||:||Adams Media - 2009-02-18|