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What Not to Do When Seeking Foundation Grants

by Alex Adrianson
November 04, 2013

Here are three ideas for how to waste your time: Write one proposal and mail it to all foundation prospects, fail to follow up a negative response to learn more about a foundation’s interests, and fail to build a relationship with foundation officers over time. For more ideas on what not to do, see Michelle Taylor’s “Top 7 Time Wasters When Seeking Foundation Grants,” at The Nonprofit Partner.

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