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Budgets for Grant Writers

South Sound PSGA February 2013

Ken Ristine

on 19 February 2013

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Transcript of Budgets for Grant Writers

By Ken Ristine
Senior Program Officer
Ben B. Cheney Foundation
Nonprofit Leaders Conference for
Coastal and SW Washington
October 15, 2012 Budgets in Grantwriting Why budgets? Essential elements of promises Promises... to your community
to your donors
to your funders Type of goods and/or service
Units of service and/or number of people served
Time frame Example We will provide before- and after-school care for 40 children from low-income families during the next school year. What questions does this promise raise? Where are we going to provide this care?
How many staff do we need?
Can we use volunteers
Do we provide meals or snacks?
Who can help us with these questions? What resources do you need to fulfill these promises? Facility
Training level Preparing Budgets for
Grant Applications Questions A budget answers questions: How much will it cost to fulfill the promises you make in your narrative?
Why is it going to cost that much?
How will you find the resources to fulfill those promises?
Over what time period will these resources be raised and spent? Keep Categories Consistent
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