I have heard many grant writers express frustration about their district's or organization's lack of knowledge about the grantsmanship process. These frustrations typically stem from working with people who don't really understand the purpose of grants and expect funders to reimburse their district for money they've already spent to start a project. Or, they don't have a project in mind but would like to apply for a grant in spite of this, assuming they can fill in the "small details" of a project once they've received funding. Or, they don't believe in partnering with others outside their district, because it...

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