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Katie Krueger writes grant applications for nonprofits via her company, Find Funding. Here are her tips for better outcomes – share them with your favorite nonprofit leader!
Travel Inspires Book, Nonprofit for Katie Krueger Page 9.
Wisconsin graduate student Katie Krueger went to Senegal intending to improve her French and expand her knowledge of economics, but soon discovered that “Man plans, God decides.” In adopting the Senegalese way of life, Katie learned to replace efficiency with meaning, eventually creating a non-profit program to feed schoolchildren in Dakar. Her book is Give With Gratitude: Lessons Learned Listening to West Africa.
Interviewed by Kori Graves on WORT’s In Our Backyard about new book, Give with Gratitude. (MP3 file – Minute 19:42)
Sometimes starting a successful new business is as easy as having everything else in your life go wrong.
It May Be Time Now To Start Your Own Business
Want to get work with no grueling job interviews and where no one can fire you? Self-employment may be a great opportunity right now.
The sight of children in tattered clothes living with their parents in a tent in Senegal inspired three U.S. Rotary Foundation Scholars — Katie Krueger, Ling Ling Phung, and Natalie Domond — to start a school lunch program for underprivileged students there in 2003.