Posts Tagged ‘Grantsmanship’

Goodbye, Becki Shawver

Stephen C. Nill, JD, GPC - Founder and CEO of CharityChannel

I am saddened to report the passing yesterday of Rebecca Vermillion Shawver, editor of CharityChannel’s Grants and Foundations Review and contributor of a trove of tell-it-like-it-is articles on grantsmanship. Becki had been bravely battling brain cancer.

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Six Steps to Effective Program Evaluation: Review Related Research (Part 4)

Bernadette Wright

The Shelf. Also known as the final resting place or “the graveyard” for many articles, reports, and important documents. Some of these items have been used to help shape a program once or twice, if they’re lucky. Many, having been abandoned without anybody ever looking at or learning from them, are lost in the great abyss of useful but untapped knowledge. Whatever problem you want to solve, there is a vast treasure trove of information from related research that can help. This article is to help you get those ideas off the shelf and make them useful.

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Just Published: Grantsmanship for the GENIUS

Grantsmanship for the GENIUS - COVER

Goodwin Deacon, a master grantwriter, and Ken Ristine, a senior program officer with decades of experience, have teamed up to take us into the mind of the grantmaker and provide a step-by-step guide to crafting a proposal that is simply irresistible. Grantsmanship for the GENIUS gives us an insider’s perspective perspective of the funder—whether a foundation, corporate donor, or government agency—that will quickly put us miles ahead of the game.

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