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1 GRANT WRITING J.Willard Marriott Library TECHNOLOGY-ASSISTED CURRICULUM CENTER FACULTY WORKSHOPS

2 IMPORTANT STEPS BEFORE STARTING Your Project What Do You Want to Accomplish? What Do You Want to Accomplish? Why Is It Important? Why Is It Important? Who Will Benefit? Who Will Benefit?

3 What We Will Cover Today Getting Started – Where to Find Information Getting Started – Where to Find Information Writing the Proposal Writing the Proposal Submitting Your Proposal Submitting Your Proposal

4 Planning Project vs. General Support Project vs. General Support Descriptive Information Descriptive Information Timing Timing

5 Researching Potential Funding Sources Informational Resources (Print, On-line) Informational Resources (Print, On-line) Researching Potential Foundations / Government Agencies Researching Potential Foundations / Government Agencies - Subject & Geographic & Institutional Requirements University of Utah Regulations, Office of Sponsored Research and the Office of Development University of Utah Regulations, Office of Sponsored Research and the Office of Development

6 Executive Summary State Your Problem and Solution State Your Problem and Solution Identify Your Funding Requirements Identify Your Funding Requirements Promote the University, Your Department, and Your Expertise Promote the University, Your Department, and Your Expertise

7 Statement of Need The Question (Problem) and Issues the Project Addresses The Question (Problem) and Issues the Project Addresses Supporting Facts and Statistics Supporting Facts and Statistics

8 Project Description Goals Goals - Broad, general statement of what your project will accomplish Objectives Objectives -Measurable outcomes in a specified period of time

9 Project Description (cont.) Staffing and Administration Staffing and Administration Methods Methods Evaluation Evaluation -Measure the outcome or product -Analyze the process

10 Information About You and the Institution Your CV Your CV Your Department Your Department The University The University

11 Supporting Materials Letters of Support Letters of Support Financial Documents Financial Documents

12 Budget Expenses Expenses-Personnel-Non-personnel-Overhead Income (Fees) Income (Fees) Budget Narrative Budget Narrative -Notes to budget for unusual items

13 Submitting Your Proposal Initial Contact Initial Contact Beginning of a partnership Beginning of a partnership Telephone contact Telephone contact

14 The Answer is YES !! Write a Thank You Letter Write a Thank You Letter Keep the Foundation / Government Agency Informed Keep the Foundation / Government Agency Informed Submit Reports as Required Submit Reports as Required The Renewal Request The Renewal Request

15 Your Proposal is Refused Dont Take it Personally Dont Take it Personally Find out Why Find out Why Inquire about the Prospect for Future Funding Inquire about the Prospect for Future Funding Move on – Seek Other Prospects Move on – Seek Other Prospects

16 Print & Online Resources Resources at the J. Willard Marriott Library Resources at the J. Willard Marriott Library Grant Directories, General Reference, 3 rd floor, J. Willard Marriott Library Private Foundations on the Web: Private Foundations on the Web:http://fdncenter.org/funders/grantmaker/index.html Practice Grant Writing Practice Grant Writing

17 Need help finding Information? Ask a Librarian Based on Material from the Foundation Center Library


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