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The Complete Idiot's Guide to Grant Writing, 3rd Edition by Waddy Thompson

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Who Will Do What?

The funder will also want to know who will carry out the program. Will your staff do everything, or will you use outside consultants? It’s critical that the staffing described in this section exactly matches the staffing detailed in your program budget. You needn’t get too specific, but give them an idea of where the responsibilities will lie.
You want to build in the reasoning for participation by staff members at various levels. Will the executive director be involved in program development or execution in any way? If so, you can allocate a small part of his salary to this project. (After you’ve done that for enough programs, you’ve gotten your boss’s salary paid for through restricted grants!)
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