Simply telling a prospective grantee to go to a foundation website to see what they previously funded as a means of trying to determine what they currently or what they plan to fund is also highly inefficient. Prospective grantees are being asked to divine intent from too little points of information. Also, please be clear around whether you accept and, most importantly, consider funding proposals from Letters of Intent.

    Kevin Davis

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    CEO & Founder of KLJD Consulting. Acting Head of Sales of Hearken. Guest Lecturer, Stockholm School of Economics — Riga.

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