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Grant Writing Confidential

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Jake Selinger

This very helpful blog is by Jake Seliger, a veteran of the grant writing scene. Keep up and improve your gran [Read More]

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Links: Deadlines, funny grant programs, the life of the mind, batteries, solar, sex ed, and more!
* What happened when the NSF eliminated grant deadlines: Applications fell enormously. Is this good or bad? * A favorite weird Federal Register announcement: “Notice of Intent (NOI) to Issue Funding Opportunity Announcement.” So… th...
Grant Writing Confidential
Friday, April 29, 2016


Who are the HRSA peer reviewers? An anecdote from the New Access Points (NAP) Program
Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) know that the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), like some other federal agencies, uses peer reviewers for proposals. That can lead to some entertaining coincidences and collisions. We were...
Grant Writing Confidential
Sunday, April 24, 2016


John Seabrook's "The Song Machine: Inside the Hit Factory" Also Illustrates How We Write Grant Proposals
Long-time New Yorker writer John Seabrook has written a wonderfully witty and sometimes gossipy book, The Song Machine: Inside the Hit Factory, that explains how the pop songs of artists like Rhianna and Britney Spears have, over the last couple deca...
Grant Writing Confidential
Sunday, April 03, 2016


Links: Vaccines work, legalizing drugs, energy progress, prosecutors and prostitutes, and more!
* “Vaccine Has Sharply Reduced HPV in Teenage Girls, Study Says.” This one verges on the obvious, but it’s worth reiterating. Vaccines really are a public health free lunch. FQHCs take note. * I don’t know if this story is on ...
Grant Writing Confidential
Sunday, March 20, 2016


Should your startup seek Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grants?
In response to Sam Altman’s great post “Hard tech is back,” someone on Hacker News pointed out that hard tech companies should be applying for Small Business Innovation Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Te...
Grant Writing Confidential
Sunday, March 13, 2016


In grant writing, you don't have to be great; you only have to be better than the other guy
You don't need to submit the perfect grant application (assuming the “perfect application” even exists); you just need to be better than the other guy. A story: Years ago we we wrote a string of funded grants for a majority-minority Calif...
Grant Writing Confidential
Monday, March 07, 2016


Seliger's Quick Guide to Developing Grant Proposal Outreach Plans
Most grant proposals involve describing the way in which clients from the target population/target area will be made aware of the new service/program and encouraged to participate (and some programs, like the Street Outreach Program, are composed ent...
Grant Writing Confidential
Sunday, February 21, 2016


Links: Claims about program participants, nonprofit life cycles, building better cities, power production, electric cars, and more!
* The title is awful, but: “Tell the truth about benefit claimants and the left shuts you down: How neuro­biologist Dr Adam Perkins became a victim of the new McCarthyism.” Example: “Over the past five years, he has accumulated a ma...
Grant Writing Confidential
Tuesday, February 16, 2016


Surf's Up: New Grant Wave Forming for Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) to Address the New Heroin/Prescription Opioid Addiction Epidemic
A new grant wave is forming. An unexpected and shocking epidemic of heroin and prescription opioid addiction has erupted across America and the federal response is going to be a huge increase in funding for treatment and related services. We’ve...
Grant Writing Confidential
Monday, February 08, 2016


The Distinction Between Services Offered Now and Services Later, Illustrated by the HRSA Oral Health Service Expansion (OHSE) Program
When you’re writing a proposal for a grant intended to expand and existing program or service, it is extremely, ridiculously important to distinguish between what your organization is currently doing and what it’ll be doing with the new m...
Grant Writing Confidential
Monday, February 01, 2016



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