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Limiting words, characters, or page numbers is one of the hardest things about grant writing. Check out 5 ways you can reduce the length of your next proposal.
The thought of analyzing focus group data can be overwhelming. Check out these 7 super simple strategies for turning your data into useful information.
Conducting a focus group requires more than just asking a few questions. Check out these 6 tips to ensure your focus group doesn’t flop.
Focus groups are a great resource of data for nonprofit organizations. Learn more about how to design your next focus group with the first in a 3-part series.
Grant editing is an important part of preparing a successful grant proposal. Check out six editing questions that will help you win more grants.
The competition for grant funding is fierce. Stand out by adding four things to every needs statement: relevance, data, emotion, and urgency.
One of the best ways to increase your organizational capacity with limited resources is to incorporate interns into your operations.
Proper formatting, style, and grammar are important for developing grant proposals that get funded. Check out these 32 tips for polished proposals.
Submitting a successful government grant application requires strong project management skills, which is an often overlooked component of grant writing.
Logic models can be intimidating but the benefits far outweigh any frustration involved in developing one. Check out why you need them and how to create one.