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1. America's Finest Beef Stew
America's Finest Beef Stew
One of my favorite comfort foods is homemade beef stew with dumplings. I think it reminds me of the sort of cooking my mother would do on cold winter days, when I was a child. If it sounds like it's English I make no apologies, my mother was English and a very traditional cook. This recipe is ve...
Food & Cooking - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 13:43:15
2. Eight More Things That A Successful Grant Proposal Needs
Eight More Things That A Successful Grant Proposal Needs
This list is aimed at making a strong grant proposal that catches the eye from the pile. It follows directly from my previous article....
Nonprofits - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 13:44:16
3. A Little Discussion About Grant Writing
A Little Discussion About Grant Writing
This lens is about the basics of writing grant proposals for 501(c)3 nonprofits. If you are a freelance grant writer you will find that the main source for grant funding is private charitable foundations. The United States has the largest number of foundations in the world. It is a unique part of...
Nonprofits - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 13:44:16
4. The Fourth Musketeer Of Statements In Grant proposals
How do you specify the challenge, need or problem your organization is trying to resolve when you're preparing a grant proposal to submit to a private foundation. As a grant writer you should know that the need statement or problem statement should form a chapter or major heading in your proposal...
nonprofits - Sun, 02 Dec 2012 05:47:01
5. The Last Trans-Atlantic Ocean Liners Of The Italian Line
All pictures courtesy of The Project Michelangelo website. The Italian Line was responsible for constructing two of the last purpose built ocean liners. SS Michelangelo and SS Raffaello were built with the modern panache of the Nineteen Sixties to sail between the Mediterranean and New York. But...
travel-and-places - Sat, 01 Dec 2012 23:03:49

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