GRANT WRITING 2.4.2 - COMPREHENSION CHECK
True or False?
Grants are usually given to organizations that can demonstrate:
Longevity of five years or more
Continuity of leadership (same leader for no less than two years)
Creativity in juggling their mission statements
Which of the following is not a good example of the kind of data you might include in a grant proposal?
Police precinct data
Anecdotal information (e.g., stories about a client's need)
Your own intuition
The best example of a needs statement is:
According to police precinct data, 50 percent of youth between 15 and 19 in the Bayside neighborhood have been arrested
According to the Area Agency of Aging, 75 percent of senior citizens in the South Senior Center are immigrants who don't know if they can receive any benefits
Three clergymen in Bayside expressed their concern about the drug problem
All of the above are good examples
How many footnotes should there be in a typical needs section of a grant proposal?
No more than 5
No fewer than 10
At least 1
As many as you need to make your case
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