Goals and Objectives for the Senior Citizen Wellness Center

Goal 4 and Objectives to Achieve Goal How will it happen (Method Strategy) Develop and implement single point of entry to services for the elderly. Establish collaborative relationships with service providers. Develop during project months 2-4, implement in project month 5. Participants have one stop shopping for services and a single personal counselor. How will it happen (Method Strategy) providers of services to the elderly together. Establish collaborative agreements with service providers....

Fire and Rescue Project Cover Letter page

Thank you for the opportunity to apply for the funds to improve fire and rescue services in our service area. Please contact me for answers to any question that may arise voice 999-555-4321, fax 999-555-9876, or e-mail Mabel M. O'Leary, Executive Director Enclosures Proposal, 1 original with original signatures Proposal, 12 copies Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program Cover Letter INNER CITY ALCOHOL AND DRUG PREVENTION COMMISSION 44 RIVER ROAD RIVER CITY, ANYSTATE 12345 Substance Abuse Prevention...

After School Program Project Description page

Form of a directive added to the district's policy and procedures manual with the necessary approval of the school board. The policy directs that no activities may be held in a school or on its grounds without consultation and coordination with, and the approval of, the principal. This policy makes each middle school principal an integral part of the management team. It is also important to note that each middle school principal has enthusiastically endorsed housing an after school program. One...

About the Authors

James Aaron Quick is the Chief Executive Officer for Polaris, a South Carolina Corporation. He has served in this capacity since 1989. As the Senior Instructional Specialist for Polaris, he has spoken before thousands of potential grant seekers from the fields of education, healthcare, and nonprofit management. He has written successful grant proposals for over 10 years, for projects ranging from 10,000 to 7.9 million to grant makers including federal sources, foundations, and corporations. He...

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program Project Description

INNER CITY ALCOHOL AND DRUG PREVENTION COMMISSION The mission of the ATOD Prevention Project is to reduce ATOD abuse among school students, provide intervention services, and effectively take the ATOD prevention message to the community. Once funded, a series of set-up activities will be accomplished. After completion of the set-up activities, the project will operate on three tracks corresponding to Project Goals 2, 3, and 4. One track is educational outreach in our community's schools....

Fire and Rescue Project Management Plan

Quad-County Fire and Rescue Association Eight of the 47 volunteer fire departments have had grants through the Federal Emergency Management Agency. All of the 47 volunteer fire departments have managed local and state funds effectively. None of the 47 fire departments have mismanaged or otherwise mishandled funding. All have annual audits. Centralized purchasing will be housed at the most central of the 47 fire departments. During the term of the grant, purchasing procedures will be developed,...

Senior Citizen Wellness Center Appendix page

211 Main Street AnyTown, AnyState 99884 987-432-6789 Re Support for the Senior Center Project The Senior Center Project is a critical need for this community. Our citizenry is largely elderly. We see serious conditions that could have been prevented with earlier intervention. We also have a large number of indigent citizens who need to be informed of precautions to take so they do not wind up in our hospital emergency room or our Exigent Center. We will contribute a conference room for classes....

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program Problem Statement

INNER CITY ALCOHOL AND DRUG PREVENTION COMMISSION During the late eighties and most of the nineties, alcohol, tobacco, and other drug ATOD use declined among all age groups. The past few years, however, have seen an increase in the use of alcohol, of tobacco, and of certain drugs, mostly among school-age children. The problem extends down into the middle school grades, which begin at either 5th or 6th grade. The problem varies from state to state and even from school district to school district...

Senior Citizen Wellness Center Project Description page

Governor, and our senior U.S. senator. They have agreed to exert influence when necessary at the city, state, and federal levels, respectively, to keep the process moving forward. For the SPE to be worthwhile, senior citizens will need to know it exists and what it does. A major publicity campaign is planned, including the use of radio, television, direct mail, inserts in utility billings, and presentations wherever groups of senior citizens can be found. Once fully implemented, the SPE will...

After School Program Documentation Plan page

Goal 7 Provide parent involvement activities workshops, open houses, meetings, Web site, and direct mail for all 1,200 students' families with positive parent involvement increasing 100 . Documentation for Goal 7 will include Plans, schedules, materials, and rosters of workshops. Plans, schedules, materials, and rosters of open houses. Plans, schedules, materials, and rosters of meetings. Web sites operational and with appropriate content. Direct mail pieces and schedules of delivery. I care...

From the Mary Owen Borden Foundation

Part A Project Summary if possible, Part A should be limited to one page but should not exceed two pages Briefly summarize the project, identifying its need and its long- and short-term goals. Identify the services to be provided and the community that will benefit from them estimate the number of individuals served . Describe where your services are provided in Monmouth and or Mercer counties. Describe the methodology used to evaluate the project.

Summary of Problem Statement and Project Synopsis

Since this whole executive summary is no more than one page in length, you need to describe your project in one or two paragraphs. This requires, not just a vague idea of what you intend to do, but a well-developed project that is completely thought through and has action steps to accomplish over a specific time frame. Of course you should never write a proposal until you have planned every aspect of your project. But this fact bears repeating. Simply put, you state the main ingredients of your...

Examples of Key Personnel Bios for Four Projects

The following four examples 13.1 to 13.4 are examples of key personnel bios for each of the four organizations profiled in this book. The specific elements discussed in this chapter are illustrated in each example. 2 Remember that a grant maker's directions instructions guidelines take precedence over any and all other considerations. You must absolutely, positively follow the grant maker's directions exactly, precisely, and painstakingly.

Senior Citizen Wellness Center Job Description and Personnel Bios

Current Position YMCA Director Project Position Project Director Senior Citizen Center Dr. Hoyt has 13 years of experience in initiating and leading a major community organization. He has contacts throughout the community with service providers, and is respected as a leader in the service field. Dr. Hoyt literally built the YMCA from the ground up. Our city did not have a YMCA. Dr. Hoyt created it, and grew it, until now it serves over 800 people a week. Dr. Hoyt has experience working with all...