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Fundraising and Grant Writing: Home

Used in BA 556, PSY 556 (Johnson)

Starting your project

Successful grant writing and fundraising result when the requestor:

  • Does their research and locates the best fit for their project.
  • Provides the potential grantor(s) with enough details on the project or program to capture their interest.

Use this guide to

  • Find information on possible donors and grantors who have supported programs/projects similar to yours in the past or have an interest that matches your funding needs.
  • Find data to support the research basis for the proposed services.
  • For tips on writing a successful grant proposal.

Use Other guides to find information for specific areas of interest: business, education, health, etc.

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