Wed, Nov 30, 2016 at 1pm EDT / 10am PDT
In December 2013, the US Office of Management and Budget (OMB) issued comprehensive grant reform rules titled “Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards.” The new requirements consolidate what was previously in eight separate OMB... (continued)
Wed, Jan 25, 2017 at 1pm EDT / 10am PDT
The needs section is the most important section of a grant proposal. If the need for your project is unclear, reviewers will be frustrated and your efforts (at both fundraising and implementation) are likely to fail.
This webinar, led by a grant writer with more than 20 years of experience, takes an... (continued)
This grant proposal from the Ink People to California Arts Council is for a project to enrich classroom curriculum, promote multi-cultural tolerance, support opportunities for community involvement, connect each student’s learning to a deeper understanding of themselves, and develop their sense of what they like... (continued)
Social Venture Partners, one of the organizations that applied, but did not win any money, from the first round of competition for the Social Innovation Fund, has made available a copy of its proposal.
Since its founding, OMB Watch has expanded its focus to address the substantive issues the organization originally began tracking in the course of monitoring OMB:
Federal budget, taxation, and government performance;
Information and access;
Nonprofit speech and advocacy rights; and
Fed Government - Arts Proposal to NEA Access to Artistic Excellence Project from the Ink People to continue our work to improve and enhance local arts and cultural groups’ ability to realize their artistic and public benefit goals through training and individualized technical assistance and to enrich the cultural fabric of... (continued)
The National Council of Nonprofits and the Urban Institute’s Center on Nonprofits and Philanthropy have developed this national survey and research documenting problems experienced by nonprofit human service providers under contract with governments at all levels. This portal is devoted to sharing the results, promoting further research,... (continued)
Examples of grant applications funded by the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education.
This grant proposal from the Little Tokyo Service Center to US Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families is for support to provide a suite of critically needed supportive services that help individuals and families achieve self-sufficiency,... (continued)
Funder: Fed Government - Department of Health and Human Services Submitted by: Family Service Association of Western Riverside County (FSA) Project Summary: To fund a new program entitled – “No HIV for Me” that will provide realistic, gender-specific prevention education services focused on the... (continued)
This is an example of a government proposal to the City of Los Angeles from the Little Tokyo Service Center to fund their Neighborhood Action Program: a suite of critically needed supportive services that help individuals and families achieve self-sufficiency, strengthen families, and make a positive... (continued)
You need to deliver on your mission... and keep delivering, over and over. You need to operate at an affordable, sustainable cost. If you can save, you can re-invest, and if you can generate more, you can accomplish more. It's more than possible through "creative integration" - understanding how the elements of your organization interact, and optimizing them for... (continued)
Funder: Riverside County, California Submitted by: Family Service Association of Western Riverside County (FSA) Proposal Summary: to fund Prevention and Early Intervention (PEI) services through a program called CARE (Community Assistance and Resources for the Elderly) to older adults in three communities of the East Valley... (continued)
Listing of websites and other contact information for each federal department's center on faith-based and neighborhood partnerships.
This article considers the way a state agency in Oklahoma worked toward resolving this tension by restructuring its contracting system with nonprofit organizations. Oklahoma’s “milestone contracting” specifies a series of distinct and critical client achievements and confers payment for this set of collaboratively defined results.
This article introduces The Value Exchange Tool to increase your income. It will help you to clarify the value your nonprofit offers to your different income sources. When you understand the value exchanges taking place, you can better shape your income requests and grow more income.... (continued)