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February 2010

Nonprofit Finance Webinar: Cost Allocation

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This webinar teaches ways to satisfy funder requirements and simplify the cost allocation process.
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January 2010

User's Guide: Making the Case for Domestic Violence Prevention Using a Cost-Effectiveness Framework

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This direct application tool supplements the manual, "Making the Case for Domestic Violence Prevention Through the Lens of Cost-Benefit." It describes cost-benefit principles and offers hands-on tools to "make the case" for your prevention program.
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January 2006

Investing in Our Communities: Strategies for Immigrant Integration

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This toolkit for grantmakers draws on extensive research and interviews with hundreds of foundation, community, business, and government leaders. It incorporates academic research as well as policy and community-based concerns into a resource that also can inform the work of practitioners in the nonprofit, public, and private sectors.
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January 2005

Writing a Successful Grant Proposal

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This Minnesota Council on Foundations document provides an excellent source of information regarding the basics and the details of grant writing for non-profit development.
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How to Write a Winning Grant Proposal

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This resource provides tips and recommendations for how to make your grant proposal stand out from others and assure you create a document that is well written, informative and engaging, with tips for each section of the proposal.
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Domestic Violence Prevention Enhancement and Leadership Through Alliances (DELTA)

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This page describes the history, purpose, concepts, and activities related to the CDC's DELTA Program, funding state domestic violence coalitions to build IPV prevention capacity within their organization, state, and local communities.
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Nonprofit Funding Models

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There are numerous different methods that can help organizations successfully build a donor base. The NH Center for Nonprofits offers this excellent overview of the types of fundraising in an easy-to-read pdf document on their website Nonprofit Next.
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Building a Grassroots Fundraising Culture: Answering the Tough Questions

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Grassroots fundraising efforts can be a valuable tool for diversifying funding sources, building community investment in your organization, and developing grassroots leadership. This guide from RoadMap offers responses to some of the most commonly asked questions about grassroots fundraising.
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Basic Elements of Grant Writing

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This easy to follow guide to the basic elements of grant writing provides strategies for each stage of the process, including how to prepare to write a proposal, how to create a well-written and compelling proposal, and what do to as follow-up to proposal submission. 
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Introduction to Grant Writing

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Professional grant writers use clear, specific language to focus the reader’s attention, and to persuade the reader to fund their proposal. Learning to write successful grant proposals is no small task, but the writing process can become easier with practice and awareness of a few common missteps. This page from Purdue University offers a helpful introduction to writing a successful grant proposal.
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Make It Count! How Social Justice Organizations Can Make the Most of Year-End Fundraising

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For organizations who don’t have much grassroots fundraising experience or development staff dedicated to fundraising, it’s difficult to know where to start or how to stand out in this competitive fundraising environment. This article outlines a few simple tips on how social justice organizations can make the most of their end of the year fundraising.
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Grant Management Essentials

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This article provides guidance on how nonprofit organizations can establish appropriate practices and systems for managing grants.