Grant Seekers Beware: Avoid Asking for ‘Stuff’

When writing grant proposals, many nonprofits mistakenly focus their applications on programs and not the people or unmet needs that are being served. Grant-seekers should be aware, funders rarely pay for "stuff." Foundations and corporations want to hear about people that are being helped. Funders also like to see client input in the creation of programs and services and heavy involvement of all stakeholders. Board members should be investors in nonprofits. Time isn't enough. Funders want to see board support. Another common err [...]

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