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Started this discussion. Last reply by Heather Stombaugh Aug 5, 2013. 2 Replies

Hello group!I am interesting in hearing from you about your experiences of the good, the bad, and the ugly related to leadership and nonprofit grant seeking.How do you feel your leadership supports…Continue

 

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

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 SchoolOne school-based health center had a problem: 80% of their students…See More
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Need Unrestricted Funds? Try 4 Techniques to Get More Operating $$

Image courtesy of ArtvilleIt’s a common refrain among nonprofit leaders. “Why do these funders have to tie our hands so much? If only we had more operating money, we would be free to really meet our mission.” Yet according to…See More
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Innovation is “the introduction of something new” or “a new idea, method, or device.” In the nonprofit sector, innovations take the form of new service delivery models, devices (such as medical equipment or adaptive equipment for people with disabilities), management methods, strategies, or tactics.…See More
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"I couldn't agree more, Beverly! Cultivation from the top is essential. Looking forward to the conversation! Heather"
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"Excellent question for our membership, Heather! I'd love to hear from our nonprofit members, government agencies, law enforcement, or freelance grant writers regarding their thoughts on leadership and grant seeking. It's been my…"
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Grants & Leadership

Hello group!I am interesting in hearing from you about your experiences of the good, the bad, and the ugly related to leadership and nonprofit grant seeking.How do you feel your leadership supports your work?Do you see positive returns from the support you receive (and vice versa)?In what specific ways does your leader support what you do (or not)?Ultimately, what role do you feel leadership should play in grant seeking?Thanks!Heather Stombaugh, GPCJustWrite SolutionsSee More
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Assessing Credibility: Is Your Nonprofit Worthy of Investment?

Linda Butler’s last blog, “Are You Grant-Ready?” addressed an essential concept in grant seeking: there’s much more to getting grants than just writing beautiful copy. Grant makers generally care about four elements when they consider investing in a nonprofit. Capacity to do what it is you say you will doCredibility of leadership, staff, and organizationEvidence of both the need and your chosen solutionSustainability…See More
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Health Tech Isn’t Just for Hospitals: Telehealth in Community Settings

Posted on July 2, 2014 at 3:30pm 0 Comments

Health Tech Isn’t Just for Hospitals: Telehealth in Community Settings

 

We’ve heard the alarming news about the nursing shortage, and we know many seniors and others with chronic healthcare challenges receive care in their homes. In the days of evidence-based practice, how do community health providers compare? And, perhaps more importantly, why should you care?

 

We read a recent article on how home healthcare providers are using video teleconferencing to…

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

Posted 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 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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Health Tech Isn’t Just for Hospitals: Telehealth in Community Settings

Posted by Heather Stombaugh on July 2, 2014 at 3:30pm 0 Comments

Health Tech Isn’t Just for Hospitals: Telehealth in Community Settings

 

We’ve heard the alarming news about the nursing shortage, and we know many seniors and others with chronic healthcare challenges receive care in their homes. In the days of evidence-based practice, how do community health providers compare? And, perhaps more importantly, why should you care?

 

We read a recent article on how home healthcare providers are using video teleconferencing to…

Continue

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…

Continue

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

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

Image courtesy of Artville

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

Continue

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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