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Sustainability Plan for your project grant proposal

How will your project survive after the first grant funds end? What is your sustainability plan? Funders will want to know. Here are ideas.
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Many organizations raise funds by writing grant proposals for their projects. Meanwhile, many funders can only support a project for a few years. Because of this, they want to see projects with a good sustainability plan. In other words, how will the project continue after their funding ends? What is your plan to continue raising funds for your project? This blog post shares many ideas for developing a good sustainability plan. That includes ideas for raising funds for your project.

At the bottom of the blog post are links to more articles on writing a good grant proposal.

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