Program funding

Proposal Writing Guide (2008)

Successful proposal writing involves planning, searching for information and resources, writing, submitting your proposal to a funder, and follow-up. This guide has all the information that community groups need to write a funding proposal. The introduction contains basic information on proposals and proposal writing such as funding agencies, appropriate writing style, and steps in the proposal writing process.

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2008-05-09

Building Community Literacy From The Ground Up (2003)

Since 1996, communities in the Canadian Columbia Basin of British Columbia (East and West Kootenay Regions, Valemount, and Revelstoke) have been planning, developing, and delivering family literacy programs with encouragement and widespread support. During those years, a total of seventeen communities have agreed to work together and to support each other.

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2005-04-12

Fundraising (2003)

This document is part of the Community Capacity Building Toolkit developed by the Literacy Coalition of New Brunswick.

“There are good fundraising ideas and there are bad and there are good fundraising ideas that turn bad.” This document outlines steps that can be taken to help organizations raise funds successfully.

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2005-01-28

Proposal Writing (2003)

This document is part of the Community Capacity Building Toolkit developed by the Literacy Coalition of New Brunswick.

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2005-01-26

Editorial: Secretary of State Consultation. A Note on Process (1986)

Women's Education des femmes, Fall 1986 - vol. 5 no. 1

This article is an editorial, describing and discussing a 1986 consultation between representatives from over fifty women's groups then receiving funding from the Women's Program of the Secretary of State and the then Secretary of State Benoit Bouchard. The group met to discuss concerns about funding.

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2004-02-18

BasicFunder (2003)

Helping Solicit and Track Donations

This software review from CONNECT features BasicFunder. This free software can help nonprofit organizations solicit and track donations.

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2003-07-30

Best Practices in Action (2003)

Best Practice Statements, Key Elements and Indicators

This document is the result the Best Practices in Action Project, undertaken by the Northwest Territories Department of Education, Culture and Employment, Aurora College and the NWT Literacy Council. The idea was to create a comprehensive framework of best practices which would encourage literacy providers to reflect on their practice and learn from others.

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2003-01-01

Tools for Community Building - A Planning Workbook for Northern Community-Based Literacy (2002)

The content of this workbook is the result of a nine-month action research project called 'A Participatory Framework for Enhancing Community Capacity'. It is a tool kit of information that you may find useful in planning and carrying out local literacy
projects and other community activities. This project also produced a an action research report (http://www.nwt.literacy.ca/comdevel/nln/combuild/report/cover.htm).

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2002-01-01

Resources for Learning - Aboriginal Literacy (2002)

Aboriginal Literacy - Creating Ideas, Supporting Opportunities

This directory, The Language of Literacy: Resources For Learning is a hands-on resource oriented to aboriginal literacy practitioners, educators and advocates who are working to strengthen the resource base of aboriginal literacy programming in Canada.

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2002-01-01

A Guide for the Development of Policies and Procedures in Ontario's Community Literacy Agencies (2000)

This Guide helps community literacy agencies to develop policies and procedures by presenting additional policy development information on some key issues. This volume is offered as a companion to Volume One of the Guide for the Development of Policies and Procedures in Ontario's Community Literacy Agencies. While the material contained in this volume stands alone, it is assumed that most readers have already viewed the first volume.

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2000-09-08

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