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Sustainability section of your grant proposal

Provides guidance in writing the sustainability section of your grant proposal, explaining how your project survives after the grant ends.
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Provides guidance in how to write the sustainability section of your grant proposal. Most funders only fund the first few years of a project. In other words, they will not provide another grant after the first ends. As a result, many funders ask you to explain how your project will survive after the funding grant ends. In response, this document can help improve the sustainability section of your grant proposal.

In addition to this resource, you may want to explore other resources on how to continue your project after funding ends.

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