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  • findfundsblogger 11:18 am on February 8, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    Apply now! RBC After School Project grants of up to $40,000 

    RBC After-School Program fundingHowdy Funds Fans!¬† The funds just keep on comin’ ūüôā¬† If you haven’t seen it, check out the February Deadline Alert¬†and the other posts made since then.¬† February is a BIG month for funding!!¬† Here’s another one to mark on¬†your calendar ūüôā

    RBC After School Project grants of up to $40,000 are provided by the RBC Foundation to programs for at-risk or underserved communities that offer structured, supervised activities in an environment that provides what RBC has termed the ‚Äú3 S‚Äôs‚ÄĚ: safety, social skills and self-esteem. To qualify for a grant, organizations should offer after school activities five days a week and include a variety of programs such as computer instruction, sports, literacy, music and art lessons, nutritional guidance and help with homework.

    The grants are determined by regional community panels made up of youth and education experts. The deadline for applications is Friday, March 14, 2014.

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  • findfundsblogger 10:40 am on December 11, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    NOW OPEN: BCHC funding for local governments 

    Healthy CommunitiesHappy Wednesday, Funds Fans!  If you are involved with local government or would like to suggest a project to your town, city or municipality, check this funding out.

    The Healthy Communities Capacity Building Grant Program supports local governments to create the conditions that enable the health and well-being of B.C. citizens and communities.  Grants of $5,000 and $20,000 are available in two funding streams for activities that support partnership development and collaborative action between local governments and health authorities, and other community partners.  Both funding streams support local government learning about the community context for health and well-being, collaborative priority setting in local planning and policy, and innovative action to influence local health outcomes.  Deadline for both streams:   March 14th, 2014.

    Stream One: Learn & Connect Grants – Grants up to $5,000 are available for local governments to engage in the development of healthy community partnerships across sectors, to learn about conditions that support health and well-being, to identify and plan for local health and well-being priorities, and to develop opportunities and leadership for action.

    Stream Two: Innovate Grants – Grants up to $20,000 are available to support local governments in the undertaking of leading-edge, collaborative action to address local conditions that influence health and well-being. Applications must demonstrate shared leadership across more than one sector (for example, local government, health authority, school district, community organizations) as well as the potential for advancing solutions by expanding reach and impact over time, and generating insights that can be shared across communities.

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    • Matt 7:24 pm on December 11, 2013 Permalink | Reply

      Love this blog. One of my all time best resources for finding communities and non-profits money. Do you have any knowledge of an Alberta equivalent?? I’ve recently relocated and I’m working with a couple community leagues and First Nations groups that are in need of some resources.

      • findfundsblogger 10:11 am on December 12, 2013 Permalink | Reply

        Thanks so much, Matt! I’m sorry to report that I don’t know of a specific blog for Alberta. However, I did a Google search and many resources showed up. Please bear in mind that many of the posts here are valid Canada-wide ūüôā All the best, Fundsblogger

  • findfundsblogger 11:18 am on November 9, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    More grants from Civil Forfeiture proceeds 

    BC Civil Forfeiture Funds

    Hello Funds Fans!  Searching a bit deeper into the archives, I found that the current Civil Forfeiture funding from B.C. has two other funding themes aside from the Youth-At-Risk funding blogged earlier this week.  Check it out!

    The B.C. Ministry of Justice is accepting applications for one-time grant funding to support projects that:

    1. Develop or enhance domestic violence units
    2. Prevent sexual exploitation and/or human trafficking of vulnerable women and girls
    3. Prevent youth involvement in crime (previously blogged)

    Qualifying groups can include local governments, community and youth organizations, provincial organizations, schools, school districts, Parent Advisory Councils (PACs), police departments/detachments, Aboriginal organizations and First Nations Bands.  All applications must be received no later than 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, December 17th, 2013.

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  • findfundsblogger 8:50 am on November 7, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    NEW: Up to $20,000 for At-Risk Youth programs 

    Funding for at-risk-youth

    Good day to you, Funds Fans!¬† Here’s a shwack of funding courtesy of the civil forfeiture program at the B.C. Ministry of Justice (formerly Public Safety & Solicitor General).

    One-time grant funding of up to $20,000 (per project) is now available to support projects in British Columbia that prevent youth involvement in crime. This grant is applicable to at-risk youth programs that involve structure, such as recreational programs.

    Qualifying groups can include local governments, community and youth organizations, provincial organizations, schools, school districts, Parent Advisory Councils (PACs), police departments/detachments, Aboriginal organizations and First Nations Bands.

    View the application form to find out more.  All applications must be received no later than 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, December 17th, 2013.

    There it is folks, go and get it!  Don’t forget to LIKE us on FaceBook and follow us on Twitter @fundsblogger! 

    • Christian Bates 9:00 am on November 7, 2013 Permalink | Reply

      Quick correction: This is a provincial grant program from the BC Minstry of Justice. The Ministry of Public Safety is a Federal ministry.

  • findfundsblogger 10:05 am on September 5, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    BREAKING NEWS: $25K to $50K for Social Service, Food System and Childcare Organizations in Vancouver 

    Social Innovation Project Grants

    Hi again Funds Fans!¬† A BRAND NEW funding opportunity just came up ūüôā

    The City of Vancouver’s Social Policy Division is pleased to announce a new project grant opportunity for Social Service, Food System and Childcare Organizations that will compliment Vancouver’s bold and ambitious plan for a healthy city for all. Organizations with time-limited projects that fit the strategic priorities of the City, and which match the three key strategic areas of the new Healthy City Strategy are encouraged to apply.

    Projects that align with the Healthy City Strategy will be given favourable consideration. The Strategy aims to:

    • Increase the overall well-being of vulnerable populations,
    • Cultivate an engaged and connected city, and
    • Ensure livable environments now and into the future.

    Social Innovation Project grants are for a one or two year term only.  Total funding is approximately $25,000 per project/year.  2-year projects should target around $50,000 total.  Deadline: Friday, October 11th, 2013.

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  • findfundsblogger 3:12 pm on August 30, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Capacity funds for Aboriginal community-based justice 

    Capacity Funding

    Nanoo, nanoo, Funds Fans!¬† (Anyone remember where that greeting is from?)¬† I wasn’t sure if I should post today since most people are probably busy packing up their campers and tents for one last blast o’ summer fun before school starts but what the heck, it was too good to wait ’til next week.

    The Federal Department of Justice is providing a Capacity-Building Fund designed to support capacity-building efforts in Aboriginal communities, particularly as they relate to building increased knowledge and skills for the establishment and management of Aboriginal Justice Strategy (AJS) community-based justice programs.  Grants range from $25,000 to $50,000.  (estimate)  Deadline: September 13th, 2013.

    The objectives of the Capacity-Building Fund are:

    • to support the training and/or developmental needs of Aboriginal communities that currently do not have community-based justice programs;
    • to supplement the on-going training needs of current community-based justice programs where the cost-shared budget does not adequately meet these needs, including¬† supporting¬† evaluation activities, data collection, sharing of best practices and useful models;
    • to support activities targeted at improved community reporting in AJS communities and the development of data management systems;
    • to support the development of new justice programs, paying particular attention to:
    • the current geographic/regional imbalance in programming;
    • the commitment to develop new programs in the under-represented program models, such as dispute resolution for civil and family/child welfare; and,
    • to support one-time or annual events and initiatives (as opposed to on-going projects and programs) that build bridges, trust and partnerships between the mainstream justice system and Aboriginal communities.

    Any of the following may be eligible for contribution funding under the Capacity-Building Fund:

    • First Nations, bands, Tribal Councils, local, regional and national Aboriginal organizations;
    • regional/municipal governments including their agencies and institutions;
    • non-profit community organizations, societies, and associations which have voluntarily associated themselves for a non-profit purpose;
    • provincial and territorial governments;
    • individuals; and,
    • for-profit corporations, as long as these corporations will not make a profit on the work performed.

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    Have a safe and wonderful Labour Day weekend ūüėÄ

  • findfundsblogger 9:42 am on June 23, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    $4,000 from Peace Direct 

    Peace Direct is launching ‚ÄėTomorrow‚Äôs¬†Peacebuilders‚Äô, a new competition to find the best emerging¬†peacebuilding organisations.¬†Four winning entries will be selected by our expert peacebuilding¬†jury. Each winning entry will receive:

    • $4,000 funding for peacebuilding activities
    • The opportunity to attend a Peace Direct peacebuilder¬†conference or visit another peacebuilding organisation
    • Promotion of their work online.

    In the longer term, Peace Direct will use this competition as part of our processes to find partner organisations that they can further fund and help to scale up their work.  The winners will be announced on the International Day of Peace, September 21.  This is a global competition. There is no geographical restriction on applications.

    In order to be eligible to enter, you must:

    • be a registered organisation or community association, established for at least 2 years
    • be undertaking peacebuilding work: your organisation will be either a peacebuilding organisation or have peacebuilding as a substantial element of your work.
    • have a maximum annual turn-over of $40,000 or less
    • be locally based: Your organisation must be based in the country/communities where your work will be done. Your organisation should be an independent organisation, not an in-country or satellite organisation of an international NGO.

    Deadline:  August 9th, 2013. However, they strongly recommend applying as early as possible to ensure the information is included correctly.

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  • findfundsblogger 10:12 am on May 11, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Funding call for youth projects on constructive conflict transformation 

    Call for ProposalsHey¬†Funds Fans!¬† Here’s an opportunity for Canadian¬†youth to make a global difference by developing¬†non-violent strategies that will contribute to constructive conflict transformation.

    The Berghof Foundation is offering a Grant for Innovation in Conflict Transformation.  Grant range: $25,000+ (estimate).  Deadline: May 31st, 2013.

    From child soldiers and urban criminal gangs to civil resistance activists in the Arab Spring, youth have become primary drivers of violent and nonviolent conflict alike. But they are also often at the forefront of peacebuilding efforts through their socio-political grassroots engagement for peace, human security or community development.  This year’s Grant for Innovation in Conflict Transformation focuses on the roles and nonviolent strategies by which young people contribute to constructive conflict transformation.

    The call encourages the submission of project proposals based on research, education, arts and practice that are complementary to activities carried out by the Berghof Foundation. The projects they seek to fund should empower young people to act as agents of conflict transformation and to become actively engaged as change-makers and motivated peacebuilders.

    Eligibility guidelines:

    • The proposal should NOT be for supporting or advancing an already existing project, but rather for a new project with a fresh new concept with innovative ideas
    • Organisations, as well as individuals, may apply
    • There are no geographical restrictions on applicants
    • Preference is given to projects that demonstrate a matching contribution of funds

    The Foundation is particularly interested in proposals that offer creative ideas and innovative approaches on:

    • Fostering nonviolent strategies and approaches of youth to resist against repression, injustice or foreign occupation
    • Developing applicable youth-specific approaches to post-war reconciliation,conflict transformation and peacebuilding
    • Dealing constructively with youth-related violence and its root causes
    • Strengthening youth organisations as bridge-builders (across borders,ethnic barriers, cultures or social classes)
    • Empowering youth as agents for a culture of peace

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  • findfundsblogger 12:55 pm on September 13, 2012 Permalink | Reply
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    NOW OPEN: Crime Prevention Action Fund 

    Public Safety Canada

    Deadline: October 25th, 2012

    Greetings, Funds Fans, as yet another HUGE opportunity comes our way!  This just in:  Public Safety Canada has just announced that the Crime Prevention Action Fund is accepting Letters of Interest until October 25th, 2012.  Maximum funding a recipient can receive per fiscal year is $1.5 million (for up to 5 years).

    As part of the National Crime Prevention Strategy, this program promotes the development and the implementation of evidence-based crime  prevention interventions in Canada.  Administered by the National Crime Prevention  Centre (NCPC); the Crime Prevention Action Fund provides time-limited funding for projects that prevent  or reduce offending among high risk populations. These projects serve to advance  the building and sharing of knowledge regarding effective crime prevention  practices in Canada.


    The purpose of this request is to seek Letters of Intent (LOI) under  the CPAF. The CPAF supports the implementation and evaluation of evidence-based  crime prevention projects that address known risk and protective factors associated  with offending behaviour. Through  the monitoring and evaluation of funded projects, the CPAF contributes to the evidence  of what works with respect to crime prevention in Canada.

    Priority Issues

    The NCPC is currently  seeking to fund projects involving the implementation of specified model and  promising programs designed to  address the following priority issues:

    • Violence¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† among youth ages 12 to 17 years;
    • Aboriginal¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† youth delinquency in urban centres; and
    • School-based¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† bullying

    A  successful LOI will demonstrate the following:

    • Clear need for¬†the project based on evidence of an identified issue related to one of the priority issues noted above;
    • A clearly¬†identified target group linked to one of the priority issues noted above,¬†as well as an understanding of the risk and protective factors affecting the target group;
    • An identified direct intervention using a model or promising program selected from the list provided in the Guide to Select Promising and Model Crime Prevention Programs ‚Äď 2012 publication; and
    • Evidence of the applicant’s capacity and experience to effectively deliver the proposed direct intervention, manage significant budgets, implement performance measurement systems, oversee evaluation activities, and establish partnerships essential to the delivery of the project.

    Eligible recipients include:

    • Community or professional organizations, societies and associations which have voluntarily associated themselves for a not-for-profit purpose, and which have the mandate to represent their membership or community;
    • Aboriginal governments, organizations and communities;
    • Canadian universities, educational institutions/boards of education and centres of excellence;
    • Provincial, municipal and¬†Aboriginal police services; and
    • Provincial, territorial, municipal and regional governments.

    Crown Corporations, for-profit  groups, and individuals are not eligible for funding under the CPAF.

    Approved  projects will receive time-limited funding for a maximum of five years under a  contribution agreement between the recipient and Public Safety Canada.  The  maximum funding a recipient can receive per fiscal year is $1.5 million, up to  a total amount of $7.5 million over five years. Please note that projects are  rarely funded to the maximum amounts.

    Seriously, share this one with your networks!¬† Woo Hoo ūüôā

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  • findfundsblogger 5:16 pm on March 26, 2012 Permalink | Reply
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    Deadline Alerts! Don’t let them get away! 

     These funds have been posted throughout March and now have deadlines approaching.

    March 29, 2012, 1:30 P.M.: Archaeologist Services (Solicitation # PD13TCF003), Strait of Georgia Business Area, BC Timber Sales Traditional Use and Cultural Heritage Review, Field Work, First Nation Consultation.  Fundsblogger Note: Affected First Nations should consider incorporating their own Heritage Department, hiring or contracting an archeologist and bidding on this RFP. Any company or consultant considering a bid on this project should be aware of Aboriginal Right & Title issues.

    March 31st, 2012: The Cooperative Development Initiative (CDI) offers three program suites to help start, develop and maintain new co-ops. The funding range for projects is between $5,000 and $75,000 per project per year. Multi-year projects are allowable (up to three years).   CDI requires project budgets to follow an April 1 fiscal year. Please note that current website information states that projects must be completed before December 31st 2012 , since the program ends on March 31, 2013. However, based on the efforts being undertaken to celebrate the International Year of Cooperatives I think we can expect this program to have a renewed mandate past 2013. So, go ahead and start cooperating!

    March 31st, 2012: $7,500 available for Grant Writing Support through NDIT  Each year, $7,500 in rebate funding is provided to approved municipalities, regional districts, incorporated improvement districts, and First Nations bands to support employment of a locally-based grant writer that is directly supervised by local or band government administration to prepare funding application to agencies, foundations, and government programs.

    April 1, 2012: Canadian Heritage funds for Building Communities Through Arts and Heritage. This funding suite includes:

    • Local Festivals – up to a maximum of $200,000.00. The Local Festivals component provides funding to local groups for recurring festivals that present the work of local artists, artisans, or historical performers.
    • Community Anniversaries – provides funding for non-recurring events (including capital projects up to $25,000). Successful applicants may receive up to 100 percent of eligible expenses to a maximum of $200,000 for events.
    • Legacy Fund – successful applicants may receive up to 50 per cent of eligible expenses to a maximum of $500,000. The Legacy Fund provides funding for community capital ¬†¬†¬†¬† projects that commemorate a local historical anniversary of 100 years or¬†greater in increments of 25 years.

    April 2nd, 2012: The Canada Post Foundation for Mental Health has opened it‚Äôs annual Call for Applications! Maximum Grant $65,000.00¬† Applications from registered charities are invited for funding for projects consistent with the Foundation‚Äôs objective to provide front-line support for those directly affected by mental illness. Funding will be allocated to projects aimed at building front-line capacity to provide community-based support for those affected by mental illness or for those supporting them in a non-professional capacity (e.g., family, friends). Funding will not cover capital projects (i.e., ‚Äúbricks and mortar‚ÄĚ) but would include such activities as: hiring and/or training staff, enriching current services that improve understanding of and the ability to address challenges experienced by those suffering from mental illness and/or provide comfort and a sense of well-being to them and covering certain costs directly related to delivery of front-line programs (e.g., travel expenses, rental of facilities, communications activities). Applicants will be notified, via email, of the outcome of their application by July 2012.

    April 5, 2012:  On the literacy front, the Office of Literacy and Essential Skills (OLES) invites eligible organizations to submit concept papers for collaborative research projects. Maximum Project Value: no information provided on website but previous experience indicates a range of $25,000+.  Eligible organizations for these funds include:

    • not-for-profit organizations
    • voluntary sector organizations
    • workplace organizations, including sector councils, unions and business associations
    • professional associations
    • universities, colleges and other education or training bodies
    • provincial/territorial institutions, including Crown corporations
    • provincial and territorial¬†governments and their organizing bodies
    • international not-for-profit organizations (e.g. OECD)
    • municipalities

    The program objective is to foster research that: measures the benefits of increasing Literacy & Essential Skills (LES) levels in different delivery contexts, provides an evolution of LES concepts through measurement strategies or occupational profiles, or develops analytical and/or imputational frameworks for studying the anticipated 2011 data from the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Programme for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC).

    April 9th, 2012: Also in April is a deadline for the annual Learning to Lead‚ĄĘ Combining Our Strength‚ĄĘ program which brings Aboriginal women with varying levels of personal and leadership experience together from different communities throughout the province. These women will have the opportunity to learn from one another and to celebrate their accomplishments. The Minerva Foundation and their sponsors cover the cost of all program activities and meals. Transportation (includes air and bus travel) to UBC and accommodation on the UBC campus will be provided for participants from outside the Lower Mainland. Expressions of Interest from hopeful participants must be received by the deadline date.

    April 9th, 2012: Public Safety Canada: Direct Invervention Projects Youth Gang Prevention Fund: The Youth Gang Prevention funds (YGPF) supports targeted initiatives to address youth violence and involvement in youth gangs in communities where these issues currently exist or are emerging threats. Your LOI must present a detailed overview of the crime prevention project that your organization proposes to implement in your community in partnership with other groups, organizations and practitioners.  Funding Range: $5,000+.

    April 10th, 2012: (RFP Solicitation # ON-002226) Government Communications and Public Engagement (GCPE) invites interested service providers to submit responses for the provision of Writing Services. Based on the review of the RFQ Responses, GCPE intends to establish a List of Qualified Suppliers who, on an ‚Äúas, if and when requested‚ÄĚ basis, may be contacted directly, or asked to compete, to enter into a Contract(s) for provision of the services. The successful Respondents will be required to provide assistance with writing and editing services. Services include researching and writing content for websites, press kits, brochures, speeches, reports, brochures, social media and/or ad content/copy to support GCPE or other Ministries of the Province. Content may be re-edited/reproduced for online and print channels, including third-party publications.¬† Pricing is 10% of proposal weight.

    April 15th, 2012: The Investment Agriculture Foundation of BC (iafbc) is still accepting proposals under it’s Growing Forward program. This funding will support projects that foster a culture of innovation and facilitate the adoption of innovative products, processes and technologies in the British Columbia agriculture, food and agri-products sector. Project grants up to $25,000 are considered Small Projects.

    April 16th, 2012: (RFP Solicitation # ON-002222) The Ministry of Jobs, Tourism & Innovation is seeking Contractors to carry out community-based projects that use the arts to bring diverse groups together to interact and collaborate on a project that addresses Racism, promotes Multiculturalism, and builds an Inclusive Community. Max. Value $35,000.00  Fundsblogger Note: This is a great opportunity for collaboration between Tourism Boards, Municipalities, First Nations, Community Groups and related NGO’s

    April 16th, 2012: We found a beautiful funding source for those of you working with adoptive/foster children and their families. The Lex Reynolds Adoption and Permanency Trust Fund is accepting application for their 2012 round of Mini-Grants.  Maximum Grant: $1,500. Grants will be awarded in May 2012.

    April 18th, 2012: Sustainable Development Technology Canada is accepting SOI’s (Statement of Intent) until April 18, 2012.SDTC supports technologies that address the challenges of Climate Change, Clean Air, Soil and Water, including technology solutions focused on these current priority areas:

      • Natural Resources: Mitigate environmental impacts associated with Canada‚Äôs natural resource sector including ‚Äúgreen mining‚ÄĚ, cleaner fossil fuels and forestry
      • Clean Energy: Enable cleaner energy production and improved energy efficiency of transportation, the built environment and industrial processes
      • Soil and Water: Improve the efficiency of the largest water users and address the most sensitive points of water and soil contamination
      • Agriculture: Increase yield and improve temperature and drought resistance of agricultural crops and mitigate land-use changes and biodiversity loss
      • Northern and Remote Communities: Innovative solutions for self-sufficiency in smaller communities

    April 20th, 2012: There is an April deadline for the Women Leading the Way‚ĄĘ program which offers women tools and techniques to develop their leadership abilities, enabling them to move into positions of greater influence and responsibility and to effect political, business, or social change in communities/organizations of their choice. This program is part of a three year pilot program that takes ‚Äúwomen who want to lead‚ÄĚ through a part-time, year-long, advanced leadership development training program. The third cohort starts in September 2012. ¬†¬†Minerva encourages applicants to apply early. Please note that there are costs associated with this particular program; $2500 for all classes, tutorials, mentoring, tutors, and program materials over the year. These fees also include attendance at the 2013 graduation celebration event. Travel bursaries may be available for participants who live outside the Lower Mainland. Participants are also responsible for their own food and accommodation for the duration of their stay in Vancouver.

    April 30th, 2012: (RFP) Calling all Canadian Artists near and far! The City of Ottawa Public Art Program invites artists to apply to develop, design, and implement a public art commission for the Barrhaven South Recreation Complex. This request for proposals is an equal opportunity, open to all professional artists. Participants must be Canadian citizens or have permanent residence status.  The total budget for this commission is $300,000 plus HST. The commission budget must include all costs required to design, fabricate and install the project.

    There you have it, folks.  Lots of money but only a little time!

    Need help with your proposal?  Get in touch with a Professional Writer today!

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