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Creating the financial documents required by a grant proposal can be a daunting task. Various financial information can be asked for by a funder. The information can be used to determine if the nonprofit may be able to sustain the grant program once grant funding ends or if it is likely matching funds will be feasible. Using course information as well as additional research:

  1. Discuss the types of financial information typically required by a grant proposal.
  2. Make recommendations about strategies on how best to present financial information so grant reviewers may consider your grant proposal more favorably.
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