Funded!: Successful Grantwriting for Your Nonprofit (Paperback)
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Funded leads readers from knowing nothing about writing grants to having a complete grant proposal. Based on personal experience and the experiences of dozens of professional nonprofit grantwriters, students learn about writing grants by completing exercises at the end of each chapter, moving
from finding funding opportunities to submitting the completed proposal. The book covers every essential grantwriting topic: finding funding, writing needs statements, finding or developing evidence-based programs, developing logic models, writing evaluation plans, describing implantation plans,
budgeting, sustainability planning, and submission to the funder. Overall, it is an invaluable resource that provides flexibility for instructors, students, and professionals to learn about grantwriting in a variety of settings and formats.
About the Author
Richard Hoefer, PhD, MA, MSSW, is Roy E. Dulak Professor for Community Practice Research at the University of Texas at Arlington's School of Social Work. Dr. Hoefer is the author, co-author, and editor of seven books, founding and current editor of The Journal of Policy Practice, and author of morethan 70 journal articles, book chapters, and other academic products on topics of nonprofit management, social policy, and research methods.