People generally agree that the work done by nonprofits should continue. Another area of agreement is that the work should receive financial support — from someone else.
In their book “The Only Grant-Writing Book You’ll Ever Need,” Ellen Karsh and Arlen Sue Fox offer advice about seeking a grant at a time when everyone is feeling the economic pinch and looking for someone else to foot the bill.
Grant requests could run aground because of the fear on the part of grant-makers that a funded project will die once their grant runs out. And, don’t think, or tell a funder, that it can’t happen.
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