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Dianne Harris

The Complete Guide to Writing Effective & Award-Winning Grants

Elena Sherstoboevahas quoted6 months ago
Duplication of Effort Section
Our program is unique with its one-stop accessibility and multidisciplinary approach. It is obvious that the state agency and its partner nonprofits are not being effective because the incidence of poverty continues to climb. We represent a unique new approach that we hope to license and sell to other communities once we demonstrate our effectiveness. That will produce an additional income stream to support our operations.
Elena Sherstoboevahas quoted6 months ago
Assuming the results are positive, other communities and organizations will be able to learn from the program and perhaps implement their own project more quickly and efficiently. Some funders have priorities for disseminating workable solutions and information to others. By funding a program that can be easily replicated, the funder is assured that its investment will multiply itself, having a greater impact, when the “ramp up” period or costs for other organizatio
Elena Sherstoboevahas quoted8 months ago
The needs statement is the place to thoroughly describe the problem that has been identified. How did this problem come to light? Is there evidence that it has existed for some time, or is it a result of some recent upset in the community? Are there sources or studies that can be cited that present the problem in this community or in other places?
Elena Sherstoboevahas quoted8 months ago
Abstract:
There is great need for quality youth programming and cultural events in low income neighborhoods in Columbia, Ohio, particularly the Mill Quarter neighborhood which is plagued by gang activity and unemployment. The city’s parks and recreatio
Elena Sherstoboevahas quoted8 months ago
There is great need for quality youth programming and cultural events in low income neighborhoods in Columbia, Ohio, particularly the Mill Quarter neighborhood which is plagued by gang activity and unemployment.
Elena Sherstoboevahas quoted8 months ago
. Project Summary
The Hope for New Life organization has been created to provide a comprehensive and multifaceted solution to the challenge of ending poverty and reliance on welfare in our community. Our approach is inspired by the welfare reform initiatives of the early 1990s, which placed time limits for receiving welfare benefits and required recipients to enter into educational or training programs to prepare them to enter the workforce by the time their benefits period expires.
The new rules have taken effect without consideration for whether there exist enough education, training, and employment resources within a community to serve the large number of people receiving welfare. Hope for New Life will provide a training resource to help fill that gap for the residents of Some Town.
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