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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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Why we like writing SAMHSA proposals: the RFP structure is clear and never changes
We wrote our first funded Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA) grant about 25 years ago, and there's something notable about SAMHSA: unlike virtually all of their federal agency sisters, SAMHSA RFPs are well structured. Even bett...
Grant Writing Confidential
Sunday, July 14, 2019


Washington Post's story on rural health care ignores Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) huh?
Eli Saslow recently wrote a 3,500-word Washington Post story about rural healthcare in "Urgent needs from head to toe': This clinic had two days to fix a lifetime of needs." Although it reads like a dispatch from Doctors Without Borders in Botswana, ...
Grant Writing Confidential
Monday, June 24, 2019


Another piece of the evaluation puzzle: Why do experiments make people unhappy?
The more time you spend around grants, grant writing, nonprofits, public agencies, and funders, the more apparent it becomes that the "evaluation" section of most proposals is only barely separate in genre from mythology and folktales, yet most grant...
Grant Writing Confidential
Wednesday, May 29, 2019


Links: Housing, grant size, the perils of EMRs, the nature of energy, addiction and treatment, and more!
* Death by a thousand clicks: How electronic medical record (EMR) systems went wrong. We've written so many proposals involving EMR systems, and yet it seems they've had little if any positive impact on the overall landscape, in terms of health or co...
Grant Writing Confidential
Monday, May 13, 2019


"How Jeff Bezos Turned Narrative into Amazon's Competitive Advantage"
"How Jeff Bezos Turned Narrative into Amazon's Competitive Advantage" should be mandatory reading for anyone in nonprofit and public agencies, because narrative is probably more important for nonprofits than conventional businesses; conventional busi...
Grant Writing Confidential
Monday, April 29, 2019


Coding school is becoming everyone's favorite form of job training
For many years, construction skills training (often but not always in the form of YouthBuild) was every funder's and every nonprofit's favorite form of job training, often supplemented by entry-level healthcare work, but today the skill de jour has s...
Grant Writing Confidential
Monday, March 18, 2019


The movement towards a $15 minimum hourly wage and the Pre-K For All program in NYC
Over the last few years, the highly marketed $15/hour minimum wage has had remarkable success: it, along with the recent economic boom and historically low unemployment rates have increased wages for some unskilled/low skill workers in some areas. La...
Grant Writing Confidential
Monday, February 11, 2019


Links: Price transparency in healthcare?, collaboration, debt, the good life, and more!
* "A Billionaire Pledges to Fight High Drug Prices, and the Industry Is Rattled." This would be very good: healthcare costs are eating the world. * Collaboration Again: A Story From the Trenches. * "GM's electric bikes unveiled." File under "Headline...
Grant Writing Confidential
Wednesday, January 23, 2019


More on developing federal grant budgets: Stay in the proposal world, not the operations world
This is an update to our popular post "Seliger's Quick Guide to Developing Federal Grant Budgets." While that post provides a step-by-step description of how to develop a federal grant proposal budget, it assumes that the budget preparer understands ...
Grant Writing Confidential
Monday, January 14, 2019


When you hire consultants, you're hiring them for all the mistakes they've ever seen (and made)
When you hire a lawyer, part of who you're hiring is someone who has made thousands of mistakes in law school and as a young lawyer. Lawyers, like doctors and other professionals, learn in an apprentice-style system that incorporates the mistakes mad...
Grant Writing Confidential
Wednesday, January 2, 2019



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