To enhance the chances that your project will be funded, you must find funders that will support your proposal. After reading Step 2: Developing a relationship with Funders in the course text, search the internet to find three possible funders for your proposal. You may wish to access GuideStar (Links to an external site.) to see a list of recent grantees and to locate funders’ annual reports.
· Select three possible funders for your proposal and provide the following for each:
· Name of the organization
· Mission statement
· Justify the selection of each of the three possible funders. Namely, discuss how each organization is a good fit for the problem you have identified.
Note: Be sure to find agencies that provide funding (e.g., California Endowment, Alliance Health Foundation, and the Kellogg Foundation), not organizations that receive funding.