FINAL PROJECT QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH PLAN The Final Project you have been working on throughout this course is due on Day 7 of this week.?To prepare for submitting the Final Project: Review the Final Project Description document located in the Learning Res

FINAL PROJECT QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH PLAN The Final Project you have been working on throughout this course is due on Day 7 of this week.?To prepare for submitting the Final Project: Review the Final Project Description document located in the Learning Res
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Grant Writing – What Foundations Look For Program Transcript
NARRATOR: To find out what foundations look for in a successful grant proposal, we went to the experts, those responsible for grant funding programs. JoAnne Birkholz is the foundation director at Medica, the charitable arm of Medica Health Plan, an insurance company based in Minnesota with a regional presence in the Dakotas and Western Wisconsin. They provide grants focused on improving the health of the communities they serve.
JOANN BIRKHOLZ: We focus on funding programs with seed money to help them get off the ground. We look for innovative programs that are in line with our funding priorities and also have the potential for greater systemic impact.
NARRATOR: Heather Quackenboss is the program director at the La Crosse Community Foundation in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Heather runs the grant program, assisting nonprofits with the grant making process and awarding grants. Each year they give about $2 million back to the community.
HEATHER QUACKENBOSS: We’re a community foundation, and like all community foundations, we take care of a specific geographic area. So in our case, it’s La Crosse County, and any nonprofit in that county can apply for funding. So we look at a variety of different topics, anything from arts and culture, to the environment, to education, to human services, to wellness and recreation. So we cover all the gamuts a good, healthy community would have. And we make sure that we fund all of those different areas.
NARRATOR: Denise Blumberg-Tendle is the director of mission initiatives for Susan G Komen Minnesota, and manages their grant program. Susan G Komen is a private breast cancer foundation made up of 110 affiliates across the globe. Denise lost her mother at a young age to breast cancer. And she herself is a breast cancer survivor.
DENISE BLUMBERG-TENDLE: Our mission statement is fairly simple, to save lives and end breast cancer forever. And we do this by granting funds to nonprofit institutions that provide breast health and breast cancer awareness education, outreach, screening, treatment support, and research.

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