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STEM Grantmaking to Start in JanuaryFoundation: Motorola Solutions Foundation, the philanthropic effort of Motorola Mobility; Opportunity: STEM (Innovation Generation) Grants and Public Safety…Continue

 

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STEM Grant Found by Jan Johnson

STEM Grantmaking to Start in JanuaryFoundation: Motorola Solutions Foundation, the philanthropic effort of Motorola Mobility; Opportunity: STEM (Innovation Generation) Grants and Public Safety Grants; Funding Focus: Children, youth, education, communities, security; Geographic Focus: National, with a focus on California, Illinois, Massachusetts, Florida, Oregon, Georgia, Texas and Pennsylvania; Eligibility: 501(c)(3) nonprofits; Funding (Estimate): TBD (multiple awards are generally…See More
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More on Program Planning

Posted on January 30, 2012 at 5:00pm 0 Comments

For federal grants, the Program Plan is typically the section of the proposal that matters most and may be worth 20-40% of the grant evaluation criteria. Not all federal government agencies refer to this section as the “Program Plan”, but it may also be known as the “Project Design”, “Program Implementation”, “Soundness of Approach”, and “Response”.  In writing your program plan, you will be asked to detail your strategies and methods for each project objective. The purpose of the Strategy…

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Storytelling Secrets to Grant Writing Success

Posted on January 30, 2012 at 2:42pm 0 Comments

What’s different about my workshops called The Art and Science of Grant Writing is that I use stories to help people understand how to write winning proposals. As I walk them through each key component from the mission statement, history of organization, accomplishments, goals, objectives, and evaluation WE TELL STORIES. By the time my workshops are done there is a sense of community and common bond we all share in our philanthropic worlds. My training style is simple, real…

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Rural Health Care Grants

Posted on January 30, 2012 at 2:40pm 0 Comments

New funding opportunities for rural health care through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) and Health Care Reform Act offer exciting opportunities for rural health care service providers. The Affordable Health Care Act will grant more than $11 billion over the next five years for new and expanded community health centers including approximately $1.5 billion for construction and renovation.

In addition, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid will allocate $27 billion for…

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Writing Your Sustainability Plan

Posted on January 30, 2012 at 2:38pm 0 Comments

The Sustainability Plan is intended to assure your prospective funder that the program or solution to a community problem you propose will continue long after their grant funding ends. No one wants to provide funding to an organization which does not have a plan to continue the program without grant funding. An example sustainably plan (along with the question posed by the Health Resource Service Administration) that I recently wrote for a federal application follows:

How…

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At 6:41pm on November 7, 2012, Joel Schwartz said…

Thank you very much for your kind words.  I live out here in Staten Island NY, but not along the shore, so I'm okay.  As long as the lights stay on, I can continue working. 

At 8:37pm on December 2, 2012, Brenda Russell said…

Hi Beverly,

    Thank you for your kind words.  I don't know but something has been misrepresented somewhere.  I was not just recently promoted to Library Director here; I have been Library Director here for some 36 years now.  Long, long time but still love my job!

Thanks, Brenda

At 7:59am on December 3, 2012, Beverly Santicola said…

I did not realize you were the Director that long. Thought it was a new position.

At 3:24pm on January 16, 2013, Joe Cuneo said…

Hi Beverly,

Thank you for your response. In addition to attending training exercises our team is looking to use the video teleconferencing equipment for operations and planning meetings while deployed on an incident. 

Joe

At 3:50pm on January 16, 2013, Beverly Santicola said…

Those activities may limit you to firefighter grants, FEMA grants, or ones from Homeland Security, but if you can think of ways to use the equipment also for training people in the community about health and safety you could possibly become eligible for grants from many other places such as HRSA, CDC, Health & Human Services, insurance company sponsors, community foundation grants, and private donors. I hope this helps.

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Using Research & Evaluation Grants to Find Tech Funding: Two Case Studies to Motivate You

Posted by Heather Stombaugh on April 16, 2014 at 1:32pm 0 Comments

In previous posts, we’ve talked about using operating, program, and capital grants to fund your technology needs. But there is another option (isn't that always the case). Have you considered using research or evaluation grants?

The following two case studies illustrate how you can get the tech funding you need AND secure more support for your programs.

Case Study #1: Evaluation of a Children’s Overweight/Obesity Program at School

One school-based health…

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Need Unrestricted Funds? Try 4 Techniques to Get More Operating $$

Posted by Heather Stombaugh on February 20, 2014 at 10:49am 0 Comments

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It’s a common refrain among nonprofit leaders. “Why do these funders have to tie our hands so much? If only we had more…

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A model for writing a successful classroom technology funding proposal

Posted by Ron Flavin on February 15, 2014 at 7:37am 1 Comment

Technology in the classroom has been a hot topic among educators for a number of years now.  Some of the technologies being deployed in the classroom include computer workstations, laptops, tablets (including iPads), iPods, videoconferencing technologies, wireless Internet, SmartBoards, robotics and more. Though not a technology per se, educators are also increasingly integrating social media into their classrooms.

In my opinion, ten years ago it was fairly easy to write a grant…

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