The Grant Professional's 
Secret Library

It's not really a secret, but doesn't a secret library sound amazing?!

Grant professionals are voracious readers - here is Dana's list of must-haves for any grant professional.

Full Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. But you can buy these books anywhere - and you should!

The Grant Professional's Secret Library

"Books are the best weapon in the world." - Doctor Who

When appropriate, I've aligned these books with the GPCI Core Competencies of a Grant Professional. 

1

Prospecting for
Grants

2

Org. Development

3

Project Design

4

Proposal Development

5

Post Award Mgmt

6

Ethics

7

The Grant Profession

8

Being a Steward

9

Case Statements

This is sitting on my desk right now!
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"Not only does Joan offer tips on turning around a nonprofit - her humor and transparency touched my heart."

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"The basis for the evidence-based CASEL practice. Several clients in education or human services that use this as a basis for services. Great content!"

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"This is an awesome book for anyone who writes grants.

Dr. Bev is probably the most respected grant pro out there."

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"If Tom can't get you excited about your nonprofit leadership, you need to check your pulse.  A great read and he donates proceeds to charity!"

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"I use this book as the text for a college course I teach.

It's a great reference for anyone working for a nonprofit or serving on a board." 

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"Every nonprofit board member should have a copy of this book. Review it at every board retreat!"

(918) 297-8804

(918) 321-0226

(918) 297-8804

(918) 321-0226