Proposal Idea and Types of Support0

Proposal Idea and Types of Support0 - A program is a...

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Proposal Idea – Four Considerations Function of the Program or Project Examples include: Research Training Technical Assistance Operations Equipment Development Service Pilot project Field Standard categories include: Education Civic Affairs Environment Health Arts Community Development Human Services Religion Who will benefit? Clients or program participants include: Children Families Youth Elderly Homeless Refugees Low-Income Unemployed What are the geographic parameters? Oriented toward urban or rural areas? Is it local, statewide, nationwide or international?
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Unformatted text preview: A program is a definable set of activities, which advances the organization’s mission and has several phases. Capital Refers to any physical items the grantseeker requires to conduct the activities, which advance the organization’s mission. Operating It costs money to stay open. Costs include utilities, building administration, administration and staff to name a few. Capacity Building As the world changes, new demands are made on nonprofits and new skills and resources are needed to sustain and further mission....
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