Bailey, L., (Ed.). (2007). Winning strategies for developing grant proposals and managing grants, (3rd Ed.). Washington, D.C.: Thompson. MU does not own but can be ordered through Information Delivery Services https://www.marshall.edu/library/services/ids/
Barbato, J., & Furlich, D. S. (2000). Writing for a good cause: The complete guide to crafting proposals and other persuasive pieces for non-profits. New York: Fireside. MU does not own but can be ordered through Information Delivery Services https://www.marshall.edu/library/services/ids/
Bauer, D. G. (1999). The “how to” grants manual: Successful grantseeking techniques for obtaining public and private grants, (4th ed.). Washington, D.C.: American Council on Education. Drinko Library. HG177 .B38 1995; HG177 .B38 2003; HG177 .B38 2015
Brewer, E. W., et. al. (2001). Finding funding: Grantwriting from start to finish, including project management and internet use, (4th ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press. MU does not own but can be ordered through Information Delivery Services https://www.marshall.edu/library/services/ids/
Brown, L. G, & Brown, M. J. (2001). Demystifying grant seeking: What you really need to do to get grants. Jossey-Bass: San Francisco. MU does not own but can be ordered through Information Delivery Services https://www.marshall.edu/library/services/ids/
Burke, J. & Prater, C. A. (2000). I’ll grant you that: A step-by-step guide to finding funds, designing winning projects, and writing powerful proposals. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann. MU does not own but can be ordered through Information Delivery Services https://www.marshall.edu/library/services/ids/
Davis, B. Writing a successful grant proposal. Retrieved from www.mcf.org/mcf/grant/writing.htm
Karsh, E. (2009). The only grant-writing book you’ll ever need. New York: Basic Books. MU does not own but can be ordered through Information Delivery Services https://www.marshall.edu/library/services/ids/
Reif-Lehrer, L. (2005). Grant application writer’s handbook. Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers. MU does not own but can be ordered through Information Delivery Services https://www.marshall.edu/library/services/ids/
Smith, N. B., & Tremore, J. (2003). The everything grant writing book. Adams Media Corporation: Avon, MA. MU does not own but can be ordered through Information Delivery Services https://www.marshall.edu/library/services/ids/
Quick, J. A., & New, C. C. (2001). Grant seeker’s budget toolkit. New York: John Wiley. MU does not own but can be ordered through Information Delivery Services https://www.marshall.edu/library/services/ids/
Try a search through our catalog or Summon using search terms like grants, grant writing, fund raising, non-profit organizations, research grants, or proposal writing for grants. In the catalog, use the location "Online Resources" if you want web based resources or material type "e-books" for books accessible electronically.
A few resources that maybe of interest:
The Marshall University Research Corporation is committed to an active, growing and successful research enterprise that will help address today’s challenges, improve the quality of life in the community and provide an engine for economic development.
A not-for-profit corporation chartered under the laws of the State of West Virginia, the Marshall University Research Corporation delivers the following professional services to members of the university community:
Pre-Award Grant/Contract Development and Post-Award Grants Administration
Identifying potential sponsors
Interpreting proposal guidelines and developing budgets
Coordinating institutional approval for proposal submissions
Negotiating awards with sponsors
Guiding investigators in administration of funded projects
Serving as the fiscal agent for grants/contracts
Providing personnel and payroll services for grant-funded positions
Providing information about responsible research conduct
Supplying guidelines for research involving human and animal subjects
Coordinating the university’s institutional review boards
Maintaining public trust through disclosure and management of conflicts of interest
Technology Transfer/Business Development
Facilitating the invention disclosure process
Obtaining patents, copyrights and trademarks
Collecting and disbursing royalties
Developing technical and market assessments
Marketing university technologies to industry partners
Providing business assistance to startup companies
The online Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance gives you access to a database of all Federal programs available to State and local governments (including the District of Columbia); federally -recognized Indian tribal governments; Territories (and possessions) of the United States; domestic public, quasi-public, and private profit and nonprofit organizations and institutions; specialized groups; and individuals. After you find the program you want, contact the office that administers the program and find out how to apply [from the CFDA website].
CDC’s Procurement and Grants Office (PGO) awards and administers grants and cooperative agreements to state and local governments, foreign ministries and associations, domestic non-profits/educational institutions, and domestic for-profit groups. Individuals are ineligible to apply for and cannot receive funding through CDC grants and/or cooperative agreements.
As a member of the Foundation Center's nationwide network of libraries, community foundations, and other nonprofit agencies, Brookens Library at the University of Illinois at Springfield provides visitors with free public access to grant maker directories, books on fundraising and nonprofit management, and various Foundation Center electronic databases. The only hitch is that you have to make a trip to Springfield.
Donors Forum is the premier resource for networking and education, information and knowledge, and leadership on behalf of philanthropy in Illinois. As a nonprofit membership association of grantmakers, individual donors and advisors, Donors Forum advances philanthropy by serving its members and by promoting an effective and informed nonprofit sector [from the Donors Froum mission statement].
The Foundation Center was founded in 1956 and is the nation's leading authority on philanthropy and is dedicated to serving grant seekers, grant makers, researchers, policymakers, the media, and the general public.
The NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts is the official publication for NIH medical and behavioral research grant policies, guidelines and funding opportunities. Definitions and More Information.
Grants are available for fundamental and applied research in biomedical informatics and bioinformatics. Areas of research interest include: representation, organization and retrieval of biomedical and biological data and images; enhancement of human intellectual capacities through virtual reality, dynamic modeling, artificial intelligence, and machine learning; medical decision-making; linguistic analyses for natural language processing and understanding; informatics topics relevant to public health and informatics for disaster management.
Contact the Regional Medical Library in your area for regional funding information, review of proposals before they go to NLM, letters of support for NLM grant applications, and training support for awarded projects.
Partners in Information Access for the Public Health Workforce is a collaboration of U.S. government agencies, public health organizations, and health sciences libraries which provides timely, convenient access to selected public health resources on the Internet.
The Society for Nonprofit Organizations has partnered with GrantStation.com to provide SNPO members with access to two services that are extremely useful to anybody looking for new sources of funding - GrantStation Membership and GrantStation Insider.
Info from Western Illinois Libraries https://wiu.libguides.com/c.php?g=387501&p=2628703