Letter of Inquiry and Statement of Need Essay
KIDS IN DISTRESS INC
Making the impossible – KIDpossible
aka KID Inc. | Wilton Manors, FL | www.kidinc.org
Week 2 – Assignment 1
Letter Of Inquiry
Download Worksheet 2.1: Letter of Inquiry Questionnaire Complete questions 2-9 (2-3 sentences each) by typing your responses directly into the worksheet, and upload the completed worksheet as part of your written assignment.
Use the worksheet 2.1 to write a formal letter of inquiry. Address your cover letter to Mary Smith, PhD, as provided in the Sample Letter of Inquiry on page 25. Be sure to cite properly, according to APA standards, when you pull information from another source.
Note: You will use your responses from this worksheet to craft the final Letter of Inquiry that will be included in your grant proposal/final project due in Week Six (a Sample Letter of Inquiry is included on page 25 of the text).
Week 2 – Assignment 2
Statement Of Need
Download Worksheet 3.1: Statement of Need Questionnaire. Once you have opened Worksheet 3.1., select “save as,” and save it to your own computer as a Word document. Complete the worksheet, providing at least one bullet point for each topic, and upload the completed worksheet as part of your written assignment.
Note: You will use your responses from this worksheet to craft your Statement of Need that will be included in your final project (a Sample Need Statement is included on page 32 of the text).
O’Neal-McElrath, T. (2013). Winning grants step by step: The complete workbook for planning, developing and writing successful proposals (Links to an external site.) (4th ed.). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. ISBN: ISBN: 978-1-118-37834-2
- Step 3: Writing a Compelling Problem Statement
- Worksheets (Links to an external site.)
Wise Geek. http://www.wisegeek.com/what-are-the-different-types-of-private-foundation-grants.htm This site offers a list of different types of private foundation grants.