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Week 1

by: Darnell N. Davis

Week 1 PAA616

Darnell N. Davis
Project Development and Grant Writing for Non-Profits
Dr. Grant Loavenbruck

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Date Created: 09/09/15
PAA 616 Project Development DRLOAVAOLc0m 9146465384 1 8th and 5th Ave is the Foundation Center Trade a Day of Class 45 Weeks 2 Write Fu Proposal for a NonProfit Organization of your choice Choose the Non Profit of your choice Check the reputation of the Non Profit 0 Strengths o Weaknesses 0 Opportunities 0 Threats if you don t take it 501C3 To be taxexempt under section 501c3 of the Internal Revenue Code an organization must be organized and operated exclusively for exempt purposes set forth in section 501c3 and none of its earnings may inure to any private shareholder or individual 509C3 A supporting organization is a charity that carries out its exempt purposes by supporting other exempt organizations usually other public charities This classification is important because it is one means by which a charity can avoid classification as a private foundation a status that is subject to a more restrictive regulatory regime Financing Writing about a project programmatic initiative need in the field Why do you need a grant Long range strategic planning special need trying to meet Grant pursue this objectives Contract this for that deliverables puts you in red Output process Outcome qualitative results numbers Goals of the Organization Board of Directors Micromanaging Get in the CEO s way Play with ideas New funding area Diverse funding Contracts with state and government Initial Project Idea Bring in money for a need What don t we have What can we get Organizational analysis How many years in operation and the size of the budget Assessing Capability How to keep it going How many funders How long funding Foundations not doing audits NonProfits has a profit 5 Different Types of Foundations Corporate Foundations 0 Dedication to other priorities 0 Creating by corporate 0 Hard to get 0 Give grants once a year 0 Give reoccurring grants Family Foundations 0 509c3 o Easier to get money 0 Chase money scenarios Community Foundations 0 Family foundations join together 0 Improve quality of life in community 0 2070K Brick and Mortar Foundation 0 Construction 0 3 estimates 0 Proposal General Purpose Foundation 0 Directors for every sector 0 Huge o Assets in billions o Spends millions Local and National Foundations 1 Idea Can I do it cheaper Invent a new operation Innova ve Make a difference goo9 2 Foundation directory Enough money b Average grant money they make c Priorities that they have d Annual report i Recent priorities 0


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