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Grant proposals need facts. Grantors are dealing with figures of one sort or another every time they send out an Request For Proposal (RFP), and statistics are often a convenient way to draw a picture of your program in a way that makes it easy for review committees to grasp the problem quickly.
 
 

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Of course you don't WANT to lose your exemption, but you might be closer to it than you think......

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You’ve spent tens of hours painstakingly writing that grant proposal that you just knew was an absolutely perfect fit for your organization. You’ve read the instructions three times over, you’ve whittled down your budget to the bare minimum – you’ve even had it reviewed by other people and they’ve done nothing but rave about it.

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Foreword: There are two types of seed funding. Seed funding can refer to new nonprofits looking for assistance getting started. It can also refer to established nonprofits looking for assistance to start a new project. This article is focused on startup funds for new nonprofits.

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The thing I see most often is a lack of understanding of what the budget really conveys to the grantor. Good budgets sell programs to grant makers. Grantors want to see that their funds are going to be used efficiently and that there is sufficient control to provide accountability for the use of the funds at the end of their involvement in the project. Here are seven quick steps to make the budget process work for you.

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