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Jun 18, 2013

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Get answers to some of the most frequently asked questions in our Proposal Writing classes! Examples:

  • How many foundations should you approach?
  • What if you get more than what you need for your project?
  • How often should you follow up with a funder after submitting a proposal?

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David Holmes

David Holmes is the Regional Training Coordinator for the Foundation Center-Cleveland and has provided training and research assistance there since February 2005. He was previously employed as a Program Officer for the Stocker Foundation in Lorain, Ohio, and as the Director of Grants and Prospect Research at Notre Dame College in South Euclid, Ohio.

Kim Patton

Kim B. Patton is the Training Coordinator at the Foundation Center in Washington, DC, where she is responsible for creating, managing and delivering training programs. Prior to joining the center in 2007, Kim worked as a non-profit director, fundraiser, and grantmaker for more than 20 years with organizations such as Hawaii Public Television, the Council on Foundations and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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