Carlson, M., & O'Neal-McElrath, T. (2008). Winning grants: Step by step. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. ISBN: 9780470286371
Kachinske, T., & Kachinske, J. (2010). 90 days to success in grant writing. Boston, MA: Course Technology PTR. ISBN: 9781435454866
Funding sources for a grant proposal
This Section allows you to explore possible sources of grant funding to assess their applicability in addressing your chosen issue or problem. Using the topic previously selected you will match potential funding sources to your issue. Doing so will help you become accustomed to the idea of having to ensure that your issue and justification match those of a potential supporting activity.
Carlson, M., & O'Neal-McElrath, T. (2008): Chapters 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Kachinske, T., & Kachinske, J. (2010): Chapters 5, 6, 7
Assignment 4 Paper- Identify and appraise grant sources
Identify and Appraise Grant Sources
Many funding sources are available. It is a matter of finding the sources that match your grant idea and timeline. Activity 3 provides you with an opportunity to explore and examine a variety of grant funding sources and select some that closely match your grant idea.
Identify, describe, and assess possible sources of funding for a grant on your chosen topic. To help you get started, the Resources tab lists some Internet sites for grants research. Include local, state, federal, foundation, and private sources for grants and research project funding.
Summarize your research in a paper that lists and describes the most viable sources of funding as appropriate to your topic. For each funding source list and describe:
• Funding program objectives
• Funding goals, and/or focus
• Eligibility information
• Funding cycle
• Award amounts
• Matching requirements
• Monitoring requirements (progress reports, grantee site visits, etc.)
• Any other information that aids in assessing applicability and viability
As a conclusion, choose and justify one of the sources as being the most viable in addressing your identified issue in terms of timeline, applicability, funding amounts, etc. Be specific and show a correlation in your program objectives and the grantee's focus of funding. Use a minimum of three peer-reviewed or government sources in addition to your texts.
Length: 8-10 pages (app. 350 words per page).
Your essay should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts that are presented in the course and provide new thoughts and insights relating directly to this topic. Your response should reflect scholarly writing and current APA standards.
This material may consist of step-by-step explanations on how to solve a problem or examples of proper writing, including the use of citations, references, bibliographies, and formatting. This material is made available for the sole purpose of studying and learning - misuse is strictly forbidden.Funding is a central component to any program or business whether non-profit or for profit. The debt acquired by an organization or program will be the difference between its success and failure. There are a variety of funding opportunities available to finance initiatives one which is the acquisition of grants. Researching grant opportunities takes time and knowledge to locate funding to support the needs meeting the criteria of the grant is essential.
Identify and Appraise Grant Sources. There are a variety of funding opportunities available to create, develop and support business initiatives. Locating an applicable funding source can take time and effort. Having located funding opportunities it is essential all criteria must be met, the application process followed in its entirety and all deadlines are strictly adhered.
The Center for Consumer Information & Insurance Oversight. This program is funded by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) which has $54 million available Navigators in Federally-facilitated or State Partnership Marketplaces, (Initial Announcement, 2013). The Affordable Care Act requires Marketplaces to establish a Navigator program to assist consumers comprehend coverage options and locate the most affordable healthcare coverage available to meet the needs of the individual. A Marketplace (or Exchange) is an entity which consumers and small business will have the opportunity to access as a means to purchase health insurance. By means of the Marketplace or Exchange health insurance can be purchased from qualified health plans which have been made available. It is estimated as many as 18 million Americans (Initial Announcement, 2013) may be eligible for tax credits to assist in purchasing health insurance.
Funding goals. As a Navigator the expectation the entity will be capable of performing at a minimum the following duties: “become and remain knowledgeable about the various enrollment and program specifications; conduct public education activities to raise awareness about the Exchange; provide information and services in a fair, accurate, and impartial manner. Such information must acknowledge other health programs (such as Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP)); facilitate selection of a Qualified Health Plan; provide referrals to any applicable office of health insurance consumer assistance or health insurance ombudsman established under Section 2793 of the Public Health Service Act, or any other appropriate state agency or agencies, for any enrollee with a grievance, complaint, or question regarding their health plan, coverage, or a determination under such plan or coverage;...