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LSC: Grant Book New Arrivals

2012 January 25
by Christina Manz

Browse our Grants bookshelf online for more available titles in our collection. Texas residents can borrow directly from the Library Science Collection by e-mailing requests for materials and information to lsc@tsl.texas.gov. Non-Texas residents can access the collection via interlibrary loan services.

Librarian’s Handbook for Seeking, Writing, and Managing Grants (2011) Authors: Sylvia D. Hall-Ellis, Stacey L. Bowers, Christopher Hudson, Claire Williamson, and Joanne Patrick
Often grantseekers are highly focused on obtaining the grant, and many books concentrate on where to find suitable grants and the application process. This handbook covers a broader territory, from the development of the grant project and proposal, to the implementation and management of the project to achieve successful outcomes for increasingly competitive grants for facilities, programs and resources.
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Cost Control for Nonprofits in Crisis (2011)
Author: G. Stevenson Smith
Fundraising in a tough economic climate is challenging for cultural organizations like libraries and museums. Cost controlling techniques may enable such institutions to survive by determining the most cost-effective methods of providing services, and planning efficiently for the future. Smith’s book adapts for-profit cost management for nonprofit directors and managers to make better decisions when coping with issues of financial stability.

After the Grant: The Nonprofit’s Guide to Good Stewardship (2010)
Foundation Center

Corporate Giving Directory, 32nd edition (2010)
Information Today
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Is Your Museum Grant-Ready?: Assessing Your Organization’s Potential for Funding (2005)
Author: Sarah S. Brophy

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