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Here's a vlog I did today! Here's the entire transcription on this page with some additional resources to help you.
Hello, my friend. Rodney Walker here! Grant Central USA. Thank you for joining me. Got some wonderful information to share with you. Just for a few minutes to help you along on your grant writing journey.
This episode of Get Funded with Rodney, is designed to help you if you've already been writing grants to do a more effective job, especially if you've done like I've done before, which is uhh, bam! Aww, flat on your face! Yes, I've been there. It's never a good feeling when you write a grant proposal the first time and then you fall flat on your face.
It doesn't feel good. I had that experience. In fact, not sure if you've heard my story, but when I first started doing grant...
If your organization is going to win the most grant money possible it MUST have a grant development team. PERIOD.
This is a team committed to raising funds through grants that understand the ins and outs of grant development that oversees the consistent execution of a well thought out grant development strategy.
The team doesn’t have to be large, however, it MUST meet on regular bases and have goals that it targeting.
The top officer within your organization should be the leader of this team.
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We all have probably heard the old adage that rules are meant to be broken. However, this saying definitely does not hold true when it comes to the world of grant writing.
In fact, many funders say the number one reason that many grant proposals are rejected is that grant writers do not provide exactly what the funders are requesting. This may be a little frustrating especially if you are the type of person that likes to push the envelope as far as it will go hoping that it will not fall off the table.
But in the arena of writing and applying for grants this course of action can easily cause a grant proposal or application to be placed in the rejection pile.
This is another reminder of why it is so important to provide funders with exactly what they ask for.
Funders are not looking for "pushers" rather they are looking for "providers" who can follow instructions and give them the things that they are requesting.
Pushers are grant writers that submit a proposal...