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  • Quick Hits: How to tell a story with word and character limits

    Posted by Joshua on February 6, 2024 at 5:49 pm

    Grant writing is a real skill, and a good grant writer is a powerful asset to an organization. Check out the resources below to help you bring a hefty dose of storytelling to grant applications with word and character limits.

    Diane Leonard’s favorite blogs about grants + grant writing — Diane’s been a part of the NPSC speaker family for a long time. And so if she’s reading a blog, you should too.

    Story Arc Your Organization to Answer (Most) Grant Application Questions — Frank Velásquez, Jr. puts on his grant writing hat to share his strategies for telling the right piece of your organization’s story in the right place in a grant app (from the TT archives).

    Grant Me This! A Decision Making Matrix for Grant Applications — long-time grant writer Jeff Bauknecht shares a matrix that’ll help you decide what grants to apply for and which to pass on. This episode of TT also has great tips for how to say ‘no’ when a colleague or board member suggests you apply for a grant.

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