101 Grant Tips for Aspiring Grant Writers will be invaluable to anyone learning the craft of grant writing. Grant writing is a learned skill and using the tips in this book will help writers experience success.
Woodland, CA (Vocus) April 14, 2010
A brand new resource book has been published just in time to help grant writers be successful during the 2010 government grant season.
Veronica Robbins owns and leads Creative Resources and Research, a professional grant writing company located in Woodland, California. Robbins' company provides grant writing, grant research and program evaluation services, professional development and organization consulting. In addition to being a highly sought-after grant writer, Robbins has written hundreds of articles, e-books, and professional white papers.
This is Robbins' first published book, which she wrote to support the success of aspiring grant writers.
In a recent interview, Robbins said, “101 Grant Tips for Aspiring Grant Writers will be invaluable to anyone learning the craft of grant writing. Grant writing is a learned skill and using the tips in this book will help writers experience success.”
This new book is a detailed collection of helpful hints organized into 13 chapters and covering a myriad of topics that encompass the craft of grant writing. Veronica Robbins gives tips on every phase from developing budgets to formatting a final proposal.
Professional school administrator, Linda Gutierrez, understands how grants can help ease the current budget shortfalls. “With the continuing budget crisis, school districts and non-profit agencies need the information in this book. This book may be the critical change to addressing budget challenges your organization is facing.”