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The Only Grant-Writing Book You'll Ever Need by Ellen Karsh

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FUNDERS ROUNDTABLE III

THE PROCESS OF REVIEWING grant proposals can be sensitive (reviewing or grading anyone or anything can be a little dicey), so for this last roundtable, we asked the grantmakers on our panel to shed some additional light on the way grants are reviewed within their organizations. They also talked about another sensitive topic—what grant seekers should do if they don’t win the grant—and the much less sensitive, much happier prospect of what they should do if they do get one.

Reviewing Federal Grant Proposals Is Usually a Pretty Rigid Process . . . Right?

In Roundtable I a federal grantmaker explained in painstaking detail the elements of the peer review process. He was making an important point about how fair, objective, and ...

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