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Grant post 3: Five (non) tips for writing your grant proposal

Grant post 3: Five (non) tips for writing your grant proposal

The private and government grant process is accurately described as a competition. You compete against similar 501c3 orgs to sell your vision and receive funding. If your organization relies heavily on grant funds, here are five (non) tips for putting together your next proposal.

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Stories of life for Mother’s Day

Stories of life for Mother’s Day

On this Mother’s Day, the Giving of Life team would like to applaud all our applicants who seek to transform the lives of women and their children. We salute you for standing up for single mothers, helping victims become conquerors, and bringing a healing touch to broken families.

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Grant post 2: The difference a year makes

Grant post 2: The difference a year makes

If grants comprise a large portion of your ministry’s budget, then you’ll want to know what makes Giving of Life grants stand out from grants offered by federal or private entities.
Consider the following elements often included in grant proposals:

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Grant Post 1: Taking grants for granted

Grant Post 1: Taking grants for granted

Grants are often a 501c3 organization’s largest fundraising method—especially if it's U.S. based. We’re blessed to live in a nation that supports faith-based initiatives that coincide with government policies and humanitarian services. Consider the following information from the website grants.gov.

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What the Resurrection Means for Ministry

What the Resurrection Means for Ministry

“For Christ’s love compels us, since we have reached this conclusion: If One died for all, then all died. And He died for all so that those who live should no longer live for themselves, but for the One who died for them and was raised..” 2 Cor. 5:14-15 HCSB

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