Proposal Planning & Writing
Writing proposals to win grant funding can be daunting, difficult, and time-consuming. This clearly written, reassuring book offers specific examples, models, and step-by-step instructions to guide readers through the maze of grantseeking for all kinds of grants, from local and federal government programs, to grants from private foundations and corporations. Particular attention is paid to using the computer and the Internet to help in applying for grants.
Over 300 helpful Web sites are described, as are the use of search engines to develop better proposals. This guide assists grant seekers with: Developing ideas; Identifying and qualifying potential funding sources; Setting up systems and procedures to support grant seeking activities for the present and future; Developing the components of the proposal; Budget forecasting; Submission procedures; and Follow-up techniques.
Miner, Lynn E. and Miner, Jeremy T., "Proposal Planning & Writing" (2003). Centers for Teaching and Technology - Book Library. 210.