This is the short and practical book that provides steps to make grant applications an easy part of your annual work flow.
No matter what size your organization is, or what phase, the Grant Writing and Funding Coach, helps you target and acquire the funds you need.
This reference primer for community projects provides doable steps for:
- Your Idea
- The Budget
- Your Summary: Short and Long Form
- Organizing and Making More Room for Your Idea
- Fitting Your Ideas to Funds
- Approaching and Connecting With Funders
- Introduction to Crowdfunding
- The Final Application
- Keeping the Momentum
With sample summaries, budgets and planning helpers, The Grant Writing and Funding Coach leads you through an enjoyable experience of building bridges with funders.
“I learned more by page 10 than in any other book on this subject.”
“This is an exceptionally good book on the topic and delivers a ton of no-fluff, practical and actionable information in just 100 pages.
Topics in the Table of Contents include: preparing a budget, summarizing your project, organizing your proposal, fitting your idea to the funding, crowdfunding, finding & connecting with funders, the application process, reporting results, and saying thank you; plus useful checklists and samples in the appendices. Many thanks to the author for sharing her expertise!”
The 2017 summer and 2017-2018 Winter editions of BC Bookworld has listed the Grant Writing and Funding Coach as one of British Columbia Publishers’ top sellers.
Shaun Polczer–Chestermere Anchor City News, Alberta June 8, 2017
“It’s just a short little tome—about 120 pages—and meant to be that way. But it’s packed with invaluable advice for any community group seeking grants.”
Debra Martin, Editor, Comox Valley Record, June 15, 2017
“Griffiths has tried to demystify and de-jargonize the grant writing process.
“If you are seeking a highly technical, academic-speak book about grants and funding, this isn’t it This is, pure, business-like, pleasure-reading about idea advancement backed with solid experience and information from people in the business of applying for and giving funds in the form of grants,” Griffiths writes.
And Griffiths puts a lot of the “F-word” in the book – “Fun”.