"The authors introduce very valuable ideas and strategies with tips and guidelines that can make every grant proposal successful."
—Joen Hendricks-Painter, Educational Consultant
"There are helpful tips throughout the book. The documentation included was very useful, as was the comprehensive listing of sources and Internet sites."
—Sharon Weber, Principal
Punxsutawney Area School District, PA
Find the money you need for research and programs that count!
Grantwriting can be frustrating and exasperating, or it can be a fulfilling part of the school funding process. In this fifth edition of their bestseller, nationally-recognized experts Ernest W. Brewer and Charles M. Achilles put their $150 million in grantwriting experience to work for all educators.
An in-depth resource with an easy-to-understand format, Finding Funding brings the reader up-to-date with 120 newly researched Web sites to help grant seekers be more efficient and effective at writing successful government, foundation, and private grants. The authors focus on four main phases of grantwriting and administration: exploring grants, writing proposals, implementing programs and managing acquired funds, and closing out funded projects. Their winning formula can help you surpass the competition by:
- Finding people and organizations with money
- Targeting proposals effectively
- Meeting the requirements of funding agencies to obtain the funding you need
This comprehensive guide offers educators and administrators proven ideas, resources, and valuable data to use in finding grant money for schools, community agencies, districts, or even classrooms!