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Last update: 2013-04-18

How to win a Grant: Letters of Commitment

2013-04-18 :: The Grantsmanship Center
Length: 6s

This Week's Podcast: Letters of Commitment - Good advice: Barbara Floersch sharing her wisdom to help your proposal win a grant

Some of our latest trainings below: Competing for Federal Grants Training in Las Vegas, NV May 6-10 hosted by the Financial Guidance Center Essential Grant Skills Training in Dallas, TX May 6-10 hosted by The Dallas Public Library Grantsmanship Training Program in Indianapolis, IN May 20-24 Mental Health America of Indiana Sign up today at https://tgci.com/gtpschedule.asp/



Barbara Floersch is also the writer of our latest article "How to Find the Right Funders: A Strategic Approach" available at http://www.tgci.com/publications.shtml/



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How to win a Grant: Concept Papers

2013-04-11 :: The Grantsmanship Center
Length: 2s

This Week's Podcast: Concept Papers and How to Use Them: Barbara Floersch sharing critical information to help your proposal win a grant

Our latest grant writing training will be held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin April 22-26. Our Host is The Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast. Competing for Federal Grants Training in Las Vegas, NV May 6-10 hosted by the Financial Guidance Center Essential Grant Skills Training in Dallas, TX May 6-10 hosted by The Dallas Public Library Grantsmanship Training Program in Indianapolis, IN May 20-24 Mental Health America of Indiana Sign up today at https://tgci.com/gtpschedule.asp/



Barbara Floersch is also the writer of our latest article "How to Find the Right Funders: A Strategic Approach" available at http://www.tgci.com/publications.shtml/



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How to win a Grant: 8 Reasons You'll Get The Grant

2013-04-04 :: The Grantsmanship Center
Length: 2s

This Week's Podcast: 8 Reasons You'll Get The Grant: Barbara Floersch continues sharing critical information to help you win a grant

Our latest grant writing training will be held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Our Host is The Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast. How great is that? Sign up today at https://tgci.com/gtpschedule.asp/



Barbara Floersch is also the writer of our latest article "How to Find the Right Funders: A Strategic Approach" available at http://www.tgci.com/publications.shtml/



The Grantsmanship Center, the leader in grant proposal writing training: www.tgci.com


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How to Get A Grant

2012-08-28 :: The Grantsmanship Center
Length: 4s

This Week's Podcast: How To Get A Grant: Barbara Floersch continues sharing critical information to help you win a grant

Our latest training will be held in Wichita Kansas September 10-14 Sign up today at https://tgci.com/gtpschedule.asp/



Barbara Floersch is also the writer of our latest article "How to Find the Right Funders: A Strategic Approach" available at http://www.tgci.com/publications.shtml/



The Grantsmanship Center, the leader in grant proposal writing training: www.tgci.com


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How to Apply for Federal Grants

2012-05-19 :: The Grantsmanship Center
Length: 8s

This Week's Podcast: How to Apply for Federal Grants: Barbara Floersch helps you understand the federal grant application guidelines

Barbara Floersch is also the writer of our latest article "How to Find the Right Funders: A Strategic Approach" available at http://www.tgci.com/publications.shtml http://www.tgci.com/publications.shtml/



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Grant Proposals for Arts and Culture

2012-04-06 :: The Grantsmanship Center
Length: 20s

This Week's Podcast: Grant Proposals for Arts and Culture. Listen in as trainers Judith Gooch and Kevin Wiberg sit down to discuss funding for the arts and other cultural projects, and the best ways to adapt your grant proposal.

"Understanding Arts & Culture Proposals" is included in the five article series on "Adapting the Program Planning & Proposal Writing Model," available at http://www.tgci.com/publications.shtml http://www.tgci.com/publications.shtml/

Special thanks to Glen Hansard, Colm MacConIomaire, and the Frames for use of "People Get Ready."

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"7 Steps to Warding Off the (Mission) Creep" by Patty Hasselbring

2009-02-09 :: The Grantsmanship Center
Length: 3s

This Week's Podcast: "7 Steps to Warding Off the (Mission) Creep." The term "mission creep" was originally coined to describe the tendency of military operations in foreign countries to gradually expand in scope, requiring commitment of more and more resources, until the original mission is overshadowed and neglected. Mission creep occurs in nonprofit organizations as well. The article is available for viewing at http://www.tgci.com/newsletter/archives/09_2008_1_3.ASP/

Special thanks to Glen Hansard, Colm MacConIomaire, and the Frames for use of "People Get Ready."

The Grantsmanship Center, the leader in grant proposal writing training: www.tgci.com


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"'Free Money' for Federal Grantees?" by Chuck Putney

2009-01-23 :: The Grantsmanship Center
Length: 4s

This Week's Podcast: "Free Money" for Federal Grantees? Every grant proposal professional must at some point respond to colleagues, board members, or volunteers who think a federal grant represents "free money"--that to get tens of thousands, or even millions, of dollars for your cause, all you have to do is send in a proposal. This is an illusion. The article is available for viewing at http://www.tgci.com/newsletter/archives/08_2008_1_2.ASP/

Special thanks to Glen Hansard, Colm MacConIomaire, and the Frames for use of "People Get Ready."

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"What Is Grantsmanship?"

2009-01-12 :: The Grantsmanship Center
Length: 3s

This Week's Podcast: "What Is Grantsmanship?" If you're a proposal writer, chances are you've been given a grants "wish list" and urged to "just go and get the money." Is that grantsmanship? The newly revised and soon-to-be-released version of Norton J. Kiritz's groundbreaking work, "Program Planning & Proposal Writing," defines grantsmanship. The article is available for viewing at http://www.tgci.com/newsletter/archives/07_2008_1_1.ASP/

Special thanks to Glen Hansard, Colm MacConIomaire, and the Frames for use of "People Get Ready."

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"Direct Mail Fundraising: Testing the Trends," by Fran Jacobowitz and Kay P. Lautman

2008-05-30 :: The Grantsmanship Center
Length: 19s

This Week's Podcast: "Direct Mail Fundraising: Testing the Trends". Direct mail fundraising hasn't disappeared in the wake of Internet marketing. Find out how to effectively reach potential donors. Authors, Fran Jacobowitz and Kay P. Lautman of Lautman & Company, a Washington, DC-based fundraising firm, specialize in membership and donor development. This article is excerpted with permission from Direct Response Fund Raising: Mastering New Trends for Results, edited by Michael Johnston. This article can be viewed at http://www.tgci.com/magazine/Direct Mail Fundraising.pdf/

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"A Basic Guide to Program Evaluation," by Carter McNamara, MBA, Ph.D.

2008-04-09 :: The Grantsmanship Center
Length: 16s

This Week's Podcast: "A Basic Guide to Program Evaluation". You don't have to be an expert evaluator to carry out a useful program evaluation. The author, Carter McNamara, is co-founder of Authenticity Consulting, LLC and founder of the online Free Management Library. This article is excerpted from his Field Guide to Nonprofit Program Design, Marketing and Evaluation. This article can be viewed at http://www.tgci.com/magazine/A Basic Guide to Program Evaluation.pdf/

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"One Program Officer's Candid Tips for Grantseekers"

2008-03-17 :: The Grantsmanship Center
Length: 14s

This Week's Podcast: "One Program Officer's Candid Tips for Grantseekers". Get an insider's perspective on how foundations operate--and how grantseekers should approach them. This article is adapted from a Grantsmanship Center alumni gathering with Dr. Joel Orosz, a former program director in Philanthropy and Volunteerism at the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. This article can be viewed at http://www.tgci.com/magazine/One Program Officer%27s Candid Tips for Grantseekers.pdf/

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"Hard Data/Soft Data: How They Help You Build Strong Proposals," by Norton J. Kiritz

2008-03-03 :: The Grantsmanship Center
Length: 21s

This Week's Podcast: "Hard Data/Soft Data: How They Help You Build Strong Proposals". Learn how to determine the best hard and soft data from your organization, and to draw on both for an excellent proposal. Author Norton J. Kiritz, is founder of The Grantsmanship Center. This article can be viewed at http://www.tgci.com/magazine/Hard Data.pdf/

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"Tips for Submitting E-Grant Applications," by Barbara Floersch

2008-02-15 :: The Grantsmanship Center
Length: 7s

This Week's Podcast: "Tips for Submitting E-Grant Applications". This series of tips was explored by alumni online in The Grantsmanship Center Alumni Forum. Author Barbara Floersch, is a trainer for The Grantsmanship Center. This article can be viewed at http://www.tgci.com/magazine/internet.shtml/

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"Writing Proposals for Capacity Building," by Susan Chandler

2008-01-25 :: The Grantsmanship Center
Length: 13s

This Week's Podcast: "Writing Proposals for Capacity Building". Funders want to improve organizations not rescue them. Make sure you are starting from a position of strength. Author Susan Chandler, is a trainer for The Grantsmanship Center. This article can be viewed at http://www.tgci.com/magazine/Writing Proposals for Capacity Building.pdf

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"Tax Deductions for Volunteers," by Conrad Teitell, LL.B, LL.M.

2008-01-04 :: Cathleen Kiritz
Length: 5s

This Week's Podcast: "Tax Deductions for Volunteers". Itemizing your volunteer expenses now can pay off in the upcoming tax season. Author Conrad Teitell, partner in the law firm, Cummings and Lockwood, LLC, is also editor of the monthly newletter, Taxwise Giving.
This article can be viewed at http://www.tgci.com/magazine/Tax Deductions for Volunteers.pdf

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"Employee Evaluation," by Jerry Jensen

2007-12-27 :: The Grantsmanship Center
Length: 30s

This Week's Podcast: "Employee Evaluation". Despite unpredictable funding and executive and staff turnover, your organization can build a team to last. Learn how from Jerry Jensen, who served for many years as Personnel Director of the RAND Corporation.
This article can be viewed at http://www.tgci.com/magazine/Employee Evaluation.pdf

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"No Mercy from the Margin Police," by Susan Compo

2007-12-06 :: The Grantsmanship Center
Length: 5s

This Week's Podcast: "No Mercy from the Margin Police". Thinking about applying for a government grant? Take a minute to listen to this example of how to avoid getting your proposal rejected at a glance. Writer Susan Compo, who filed this report for The Grantsmanship Center Magazine, is currently working on a biography of the actor Warren Oates.
This article can be viewed at http://www.tgci.com/magazine/No Mercy from the Margin Police.pdf

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"Federal Grantmaking: The Long View of History," by Barbara Floersch

2007-10-09 :: The Grantsmanship Center
Length: 32s

This Week's Podcast: "Federal Grantmaking: The Long View of History". Integral to what the Hoover Commission called "the warp and woof of present-day government," federal grant making is an essential part of the mechanism for federal change. Author, Barbara Floersch, is a trainer for the Grantsmanship Center. The article is available for viewing at http://www.tgci.com/magazine/govfunding.shtml/

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"How to Write a Mission Statement," by Janel M. Radtke

2007-10-09 :: The Grantsmanship Center
Length: 5s

This Week's Podcast: "How to Write a Mission Statement". Does your organization have one? Is it still relevant? If you're thinking about drafting or updating your mission statement, tune in to this podcast for guidelines from an expert. Janel M. Radke, the author, served as the first executive director of the Center for Strategic Communications and as vice president for communications for the Planned Parenthood Federation of America.
This article can be viewed at http://www.tgci.com/magazine/How to Write a Mission Statement.pdf

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A Brief History of The Grantsmanship Center

2007-08-14 :: The Grantsmanship Center
Length: 2s

Like many of the organizations that we train, we started out of one small room. With a card table and a couple chairs in a hallway, one-by-one, The Grantsmanship Center started helping grassroots organizations plan to make their programs successful, write a clearly-stated grant proposal, and ultimately connect with the right funding sources. Since 1972, we have prepared over 110,000 individuals, and we continue to train those driven to make a difference in their communities. We welcome you to learn more about us.

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"How to Conduct a Focus Group," by Judith Sharken Simon

1969-12-31 :: The Grantsmanship Center
Length: 20s

This Week's Podcast: "How to Conduct a Focus Group". Focus groups can be extremely useful for nonprofits wishing to connect with their communities. Author, Judith Sharken Simon, was a senior consultant with Community Services Group of the Amherst H. Wilder Foundation. This article is excerpted with permission from Conducting Successful Focus Groups, part of the Fieldstone Alliance Nonprofit Field Guide Series. This article can be viewed at http://www.tgci.com/magazine/How to Conduct a Focus Group.pdf/

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