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Facts about Funders

  • Judith B. Margolin

Abstract

One of the basic tenets of successful grantsmanship is being well informed. To the individual grant seeker this means, above all else, knowing your funder. For you cannot have too much information about a particular funder. The more you know, the greater the likelihood that you will be able to write a tailor-made proposal for each specific source of funding. This means having hard, cold facts at your disposal, not half-baked information, rumors, or hearsay.

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Corporate Philanthropy Government Grant Achievement Award Corporate Social Respon Grant Money 
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Further Reading

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