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FUNDED October/November 2014

Oct 15

Written by: Grants Office, LLC
Wednesday, October 15, 2014  RssIcon

This issue of funded provides a little something for everyone, from schools and community colleges to rural healthcare providers and fire departments.

Dan Casion takes us through the long-standing Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program, with an eye toward preparing for this year’s application process. The stability of the program provides a terrific opportunity to leverage what has worked in past years to improve your chances of success in the current round of funding.

In his Between the Lines column, Chris LaPage extols the virtue of “less is more” in proposal development, and provides some examples of how TMI (too much information) can obscure an otherwise compelling message.

Elizabeth Evans covers some background on various types of K-12 institutions and their eligibility for funding, as well as offering some alternatives to Youth CareerConnect for funding high school-focused college and career readiness programs.

As always, if you have comments, feedback, corrections, or topics for future issues, feel free to drop me a line at mpaddock@grantsoffice.com.

I hope you enjoy this issue of FUNDED as much as we’ve enjoyed bringing it to you!

Sincerely,

Michael Paddock

Editor and Publisher, FUNDED

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