Imagine that you are part of a local group developing a grant-funding proposal for a crime prevention program targeting businesses in your community. After a rash of recent burglaries, thefts, and fraud schemes directed at businesses in the area, a local benefactor has offered $300,000 for a one-year crime prevention program. In your research, your group has determined that the $300,000 is helpful but will not cover the necessary funding. Your group will be submitting a proposal to obtain the funding.
Describe common grant types and identify possible sources for your proposal.
Identify funding agencies that could possibly fund the grant.
Provide teamwork strategies you might implement when developing the proposal.
Create a logic model for a fictitious, grant-funded project. Search the internet for sample logic models to use as an example.
Include the resources needed for project implementation in your logic model in a 700- to 1,050-word paper. You should submit your logic model in addition to the paper.