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How to Write a Winning Grant Proposal

  • How To Write A Winning Grant Proposal. Illustration by Susie Duckworth

If your nonprofit humane organization is like most, you probably apply for grant money from foundations and corporations now and then. Maybe it's for operation expenses. Or perhaps it's for a specific program or capital project. In either case, you have to persuade someone to fund your organization or program instead of someone else's. And because the only "voice" a decision-maker hears is often your written grant proposal, it's important to make your proposal shine.

So after you've done your research and identified those foundations and corporations—or "grantmakers"—whose funding interests include animal-related programs, it's time to write that grant proposal. Here's how.

 Read the full How-To sheet.


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