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The second part of the assignment is submitting the actual letter. There is a sample letter of inquiry on pages 25-26.
January 15, 2018

Grant administration resource development 2

Grant administration resource development 2

WORKSHEET 2.1: Letter of Inquiry Questionnaire

1. What is the purpose of this letter of inquiry? To whom is it being sent, and what is the connection?
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2. What year was your organization founded? What year was it incorporated?
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3. What is the mission of your organization?
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4. What are the long-term goals for your organization?
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5. What programs does your organization provide that support these goals?
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6. What is the need in your community that you seek funding to address?
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7. How in your organizaiton’s view is the need related to our programs, long-term goals, and mission?
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8. What do we propose to do about this need?
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9. What outcome do we anticipate after the first year of funding?
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10. What is the total cost of our proposed idea for the first year (or multiple years if we plan to request multiple-year funding)? How much do we want from this funder?
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11. Who will be contacting the funder to determine its interest and when? Whom should the funder contact for more information?
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Now that you have finished answering the questions, you can take the information and build a letter of inquiry. The ideal way to write the letter is to follow this format: opening, background, problem statement, proposed solution, closing. The questions you answered here followed this format.
 

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