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  1. Grant Writing Workshop [Presenter 1 Name] [Presenter 1 Title] [Presenter 2 Name] [Presenter 2 Title]

  2. Agenda • Introductions • Background • Community Profile • Requests for Proposals • Lunch • Grantwriting Tutorial

  3. Workshop Goals • Familiarize applicants with the vision, mission, and strategies of Susan G. Komen for the Cure® • Inform potential applicants about funding opportunities • Help applicants develop a successful application • Encourage networking with other breast health professionals

  4. Vision • A World Without Breast Cancer • Promise • The Susan G. Komen for the Cure promise is to save lives and end breast cancer forever by empowering people, ensuring quality care for all and energizing science to find the cures.

  5. Community Profile • Demographics and breast cancer statistics • Programs and resources • Interviews with survivors, grantees, and other front-line providers.

  6. Funding Priorities • Priority 1 • Priority 2 • Priority 3

  7. Changes for [Year] • List key changes to the grants program • Changes • Changes • Changes

  8. Important Dates • Grant writing Workshop [Date] • Application Deadline [Date and Time] • Award Notification [Date] • Anticipated Funding Start [Date]

  9. Eligibility • Non-profit organization • All past and current Komen-funded grants and awards are up to date and in compliance with Komen requirements • Be located in or providing services in one of more of the following locations: • County 1 • County 2 • County 3

  10. Submission Process • Submit [x] copies • Required Information • Summary Information • Program Description • Budget • Supporting Documentation

  11. Program Description • Background • Goals and Objectives • Evidence-based Strategies/Promising Practices • Evaluation Plan • Organizational Capacity • Sustainability

  12. Budget • Salaries and fringe benefits for staff working on the program. • Consultant fees • Meeting Costs • Supplies • Travel • Other direct program expenses • Indirect costs, not to exceed 20 percent of direct costs

  13. Funds may not be used for the following purposes: • Medical or scientific research (costs associated with program evaluation are allowed) • Media projects (film, radio, web sites, public service announcements, etc.) • Scholarships or fellowships • Construction or renovation of facilities • Political campaigns or lobbying

  14. Supporting Documentation • References • Budget Justification • Curriculum Vitae • No other materials will be accepted.

  15. Selection Criteria • Impact • Feasibility • Capacity • Collaboration • Sustainability

  16. Need Help? • [Contact Information]

  17. Deadline: [Date and Time]

  18. Grantwriting Tutorial • Developing a Proposal • Writing an Abstract • Developing Objectives • Program Evaluation • Budgeting • Helpful Hints

  19. Planning the Proposal • Read everything! • Consider the funding priorities carefully. • Discuss ideas with decision-makers in your organization. • Explore opportunities for collaboration. • Prepare proposal together.

  20. Proposal Abstract • First impressions are important. • Brief statement of your “case” and a summary of your proposal. • Be concise! • Do not exceed 1200 characters (about 200 words).

  21. Abstract • Purpose of the program • Description of key activities • Summary of evaluation methods • Likely impact of the program.

  22. Writing Objectives • Specific • Tangible • Concrete • Measurable • Achievable within the grant period • Define success • Form basis for evaluation

  23. Writing Objectives • If you have more than five objectives, consider breaking them up under two or three general goals. • Be realistic. • Who, What, By when, How much???

  24. Process Evaluation • What happened • How it happened • How much • Where • To whom

  25. Impact Evaluation • Changes in: • Behavior • Knowledge • Attitudes • Beliefs • Change among • Individuals • Providers • Organizations • Communities

  26. Budget & Expenses • Projects become reality because the central idea is sold, not because the proposal is cheap! • Be realistic! Ask for what you need. • Justify expenses. Do your costs follow with narrative program description?

  27. Helpful Hints • Read the RFP carefully — follow ALL directions. • Be innovative, realistic, specific. • Write clearly, use active rather than passive voice. • Avoid jargon or acronyms. • Allow plenty of time.

  28. Good Luck! • [Contact Information]