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Community foundations can help you unearth "hidden" funding sources in your own backyard.
Vision and passion are wonderful things; they are driving forces behind the creation of most nonprofits. But, it's money that keeps the organization running. Behind the lofty public goals of the organization lie the organization's basic needs, from making payroll to buying equipment and paying the ...
Once you've targeted a group of potential funding sources, the next step is to develop a grants-winning strategy and craft an application that will beat out the competition. Winners are creative, focused and persistent when seeking grants for their projects. We include a short checklist to help you ...
Foundation Report: Don't Backtrack on Gains for Children
Funders who are sympathetic to faith-based causes are generally turned off by fundraising practices that mimic the corporate world, such as highly-polished direct mail campaigns or multiple or duplicated appeals in a short period of time. Faith-based fundraisers should put aside the trendy telemark...
We at CD Publications have always been big fans of partnerships, whether they are public-private or as simply a collection of private organizations. The essential advice here is to diversify your local funding stream to make sure you have adequate resources if one funder dries up and disappears. An...
The bill cuts funding across all three agencies – Labor Dept. (DOL) funding would be cut by $1 billion, or about 8% relative to current FY 2017 levels; the Education Dept. (DoEd) would be cut by about $2.4 billion (about 3.5% lower than current levels); and the overall budget of the Health and Human Services Dept (HHS) would be cut by $542 million, about 7% lower than current levels.
One important difference between government and foundation funding, despite tales of out-of-control program officers, is that most federal grants are awarded based on very specific guidelines. There's usually no emotional attachment to the awards.
The House Budget Committee passes a FY 2018 budget proposal, which sets a cap on discretionary spending and will result in cuts of about $4.4 trillion over the next decade to programs important to CYF readers.
In an abrupt turn-around, Senate Republicans fail to adopt their own measure to overturn the Affordable Care Act, possibly ending their seven-year quest that has been a primary goal of the GOP and President Trump.
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