Competition for grants is fierce and yet, multi-billion dollars are disbursed by foundations each year! Are you attracting funding? If not, why not? Evaluate your organization’s grant-readiness and maximize the elements of the grantwriting process.More »
Many funders require evaluation metrics to assess grant outcomes, but the process is often outside of grantee input. Opening up the impact measurement process to collaboration allows funders to set meaningful indicators for outcomes, permits co-learning with grantees, and deepens the ongoing...More »
Workshop participants will have an in-depth review of the major building blocks of successful grant proposals. Special attention will be paid to case statements, preparing budgets, management plans and evaluation.More »
Building and managing a major donor pipeline is a deliberate and thoughtful process. The session focuses on relationship science and rapport building techniques, tactical strategies to rapidly build your major donor pipeline, and tools to measure and manage donor relationships and progress toward...More »
Outcomes Measurement is a very broad term and ultimately does not have a widely shared industry standard. To fully encompass the history, vocabulary, theory and strategy surrounding Outcomes Measurement, a full three day workshop, if not an entire semester of classes would be needed. The goal...More »
This introductory program is ideal for those who are new to the grants process or would like a brush up.More »
Donor-advised funds (DAFs) are growing steadily as a giving vehicle for organizations, families, or individuals. Why are DAFs so popular? What are they exactly? Is there any way to get on the radar of a DAF? We’ll cover these questions and much more with our great panel of DAF experts!More »
Drawing from his 14 years’ experience, Kenny Weill will lead attendees through the process of writing a clear, concise and compelling foundation grant narrative. This includes both the longer “full proposal” narrative and the shorter concept paper or letter of inquiry. He will end with tips to...More »
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