Evaluation Of An Executive Director At A Small Rural Domestic Violence Agency

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a. Beginning with the resources shown in Chapter 13 on pp. 490-492, identify at least three grant/funding sources that would be appropriate to apply for, following the guidelines and recommendations about this in the textbook (this is the pre-application phase).
There are three major granting sources that can be utilized when seeking funding for programs including government agencies at local, state, and federal levels, foundations, and businesses and corporations (Kirst-Ashman & Hall, Jr., 2015). As an executive director at a small rural domestic violence agency attempting to fund a program for children I would write a proposal and apply for several grants. First, I would apply for a federal grant through the Department of Health and Human Services Secretary which has the ability “award grants to statewide, private, non-governmental, 501 (c)(3) non-profit Coalitions to conduct activities to promote domestic violence intervention and prevention (Federal Register, n.d.). Next, I would apply for a corporation grant with 1st Source Bank through the 1st Source Foundation which provides support to organizations that working in social welfare and human services in communities that are served by 1st Source Banks (1st Source Foundation Indiana, n.d.). In addition, I would apply for a foundation grant through Marshall County Community Foundation (MCCF) an organization that provides grants specializing “in addressing emerging community needs” (Marshall County Community Foundation,…

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