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Government Grants, Free Money By Clyde Henderson
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Do not let this opportunity pass you by. It’s your turn for a bonus. You pay your taxes; debt or a bad credit rating can still qualify you. Grant programs are not loans, they are... More > free kickbacks. The best part is that no matter how much money you receive, you will never have to pay it back…ever.< Less
Grant and Scholarship Resource Guide By Cheyanne Hunter
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This comprehensive guide is your one stop shop for all your funding needs including scholarships, fellowships, traveling opportunities, foundation grants, government grants, sample grant proposals,... More > scholarship references letters, and free access to updates on grant and scholarship listings (submit email). Sections include grants for education, after school programs, rehabilitation centers, programs for former convicts, environmental issues, animal causes, support for the homeless, seed money for small businesses, medical grants, resources for minorities and so much more.< Less
The Small Nonprofit's Guide to Winning Grants By Sandy Rees
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Need a proven, step-by-step approach to finding and securing grant money for your nonprofit? Learn the 5 things you need to know about every potential funder, how to craft your case, exactly what... More > to include in a winning grant proposal, and more! Just imagine – after learning this material, you’ll know how to • Research private, corporate, and government grant opportunities • Identify the potential funders you’ll have the best chance of success with • Structure your proposal so it’s easy for the grant reviewers to read • Organize supporting materials to streamline your process and save you time • Create a program budget to go along with your proposal • Follow up on your proposals and send reports that can lead to more success. The Small Nonprofit’s Guide to Winning Grants is power-packed with worksheets, templates, and checklists to make grant writing easy! Buy now and unlock the results you want—increased confidence, reduced stress, and an unlimited source of money for your nonprofit!< Less
Introduction to Fund Development Planning By Ken Goldstein
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Limit your "crisis fundraising," build flexibility into your finances, increase board involvement, and use your time more productively. Introduction to Fund Development Planning is for... More > those who are new to nonprofits or new to the development function. It is ideal for board members and volunteers as well as staff or those interested in a new career in fundraising or nonprofit management. By following the eight lessons, you should have an understanding of: The importance of a diversified funding base, The players in the fund development process, How to conduct an assets inventory, How to develop your mission & case statements, How to identify new funding opportunities, How to set realistic goals, How to prepare your development plan & calendar. Once you complete the processes outlined in this book and set them into action, your organization will be on the path to financial stability and sustainability.< Less
Introduction to Fund Development Planning: Finding the Right Fundraising Mix for Your Nonprofit Organization By Ken Goldstein MPPA
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Limit your "crisis fundraising," build flexibility into your finances, increase board involvement, and use your time more productively. Introduction to Fund Development Planning is for... More > those who are new to nonprofits or new to the development function. It is ideal for board members and volunteers as well as staff or those interested in a new career in fundraising or nonprofit management. By following the eight lessons, you should have an understanding of: The importance of a diversified funding base, The players in the fund development process, How to conduct an assets inventory, How to develop your mission & case statements, How to identify new funding opportunities, How to set realistic goals, How to prepare your development plan & calendar. Once you complete the processes outlined in this book and set them into action, your organization will be on the path to financial stability and sustainability.< Less
Introduction to Fund Development Planning By Ken Goldstein
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Limit your "crisis fundraising," build flexibility into your finances, increase board involvement, and use your time more productively. Introduction to Fund Development Planning is for... More > those who are new to nonprofits or new to the development function. It is ideal for board members and volunteers as well as staff or those interested in a new career in fundraising or nonprofit management. By following the eight lessons, you should have an understanding of: The importance of a diversified funding base, The players in the fund development process, How to conduct an assets inventory, How to develop your mission & case statements, How to identify new funding opportunities, How to set realistic goals, How to prepare your development plan & calendar. Once you complete the processes outlined in this book and set them into action, your organization will be on the path to financial stability and sustainability.< Less
A Common Sense Federalist Revolution By Greg Schrab
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A Guide to the Documents that Shaped the Birth of Our Nation: Thomas Paine's Common Sense (1776), The Declaration of Independence, The Federalist Papers (Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, John Jay;... More > 1787-1788), and The Constitution. A Re-Declaration of Our Independent, Constitutional Republic. This pamphlet is not about advocating for a political party, but for OUR COUNTRY. It is not about government by men, but government under a Constitution of, by, and for WE THE PEOPLE. It is about a vigorous, BUT LIMITED, Federal Constitutional Republic--granted by the consent of the several States and their citizens to provide for the common security and ordered liberty, in order to provide the opportunity for life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness of WE THE PEOPLE. "We call it bureaucracy and red tape, the Founders/Framers called it tyranny and oppression." Greg Schrab< Less