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  1. 1. Keys to successful grant writing:Define your project needs as specifically as possibleCreate a likely scenario and set of actions necessary to execute your programDevelop a reasonable budget necessary to support your actionsResearch carefully to find a grantor that has funded programs like yours in the pastWork with funding intermediaries, if possible. These are usually local or regional agencies whohave funds and/or technical assistance available, if possibleCall the grantor to explain your program and to verify their interest in funding itObtain the grant application and read through it carefullyAssign sections of the application to appropriate specialistsAsk questions of grantor resource people. No question is inappropriate.Make sure every question is understood and fully answered. Do not embellish your responses.Review the application with experienced grant writers if they are availableAttend grant workshops if availableIf the grantor is a public institution, obtain support from your local legislators and political leaders.Follow all directions for submitting the grant application documentsConsider delivering the grant application documents personallyIf you fail to receive funding, try to determine the causeIf you fail to receive funding, and you continue to believe that you have applied to the appropriategrantor, try again for the next grant period, and continue to search for other sources.If you receive funding, be sure to follow all monitoring and evaluation guidelines to insure renewalof funding, if available.

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