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Submitting a successful government grant application requires strong project management skills, which is an often overlooked component of grant writing.
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Conducting a full-scale evaluation is overwhelming. But in today’s outcomes-driven world, you have to know how you impact your community. Check out this easy 5-step process for adding evaluation activities to your organization.
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