BY INVITATION ONLY.
Nonprofit organizations continually seek ways to secure needed grant funds to continue viable programs and implement new projects. But where do you begin the search for potential grantmakers? It can be a labor-intensive process; there are so many resources to consider. This workshop provides a systematic process to identify and locate appropriate grantmaking sources including foundations, corporate giving programs, and government agencies. Learn what tools to use to match the proper funding institution to the needs of your nonprofit organization.
This is a half-day workshop is for the novice to intermediate grant seeker. Topics include:
• Identifying different types of resources to use when investigating potential funders including the Web
• Providing a method of determining potential matches
• Investigating and creating a list of potential funders
• Building a relationship with a funding institution
This workshop is designed for entry-level and mid-level grantseekers