The Lowdown on Executive Summaries & Letters of Inquiry
This session focuses on the skills needed to break down a large proposal and effectively communicate key information in the form of an Executive Summary or Letter of Inquiry (LOI).
Time-Saving Templates: Where Grant Writing, Time, & Money Meet
Do you understand the grant writing process, but would you love to learn how to streamline the process to save time AND generate more money for your cause? Then watch this on-demand webinar!
Preparing for a Conversation with a Program Officer
Whether you are new to grant writing, or you have been doing it for years, a critical part of your success lies in the relationships that you establish with the foundations to which you are applying.
From A to Z: The Grant Writing Process
Are you new to the grant-writing world or simply need a refresher? Check out this on-demand webinar to explore the process from start to finish.
Executive Summaries: Say it All Without Saying Too Much
As a rule, Executive Summaries are designed to offer your reader a BRIEF overview of your organization’s capacity and proposed initiatives. The BEST Executive Summaries allow you to “hook” a prospecti
Grant Readiness Assessment: What it is and how to use it effectively.
I have been writing grants for over two decades and decided to put together a Grant Readiness Checklist to use for myself and with clients. This list has saved me so much time over the past few years.
Faith-Based Organizations: Getting Good Grants
No matter what your mission is, there is a donor somewhere in this world who is just as passionate about your cause as you are. You just need to figure out who it is!
Simple Steps to Write an Executive Summary
A well-written executive summary can arguably be the most important element of the proposal. Check out these simple steps to creating an executive summary that is clear, concise, and persuasive.
A Proactive Approach to Successful Grant Writing
As funding becomes more difficult to secure, grantseekers need to make sure they are focusing on the right things. Learn the questions you should answer prior to searching and applying for grants.
When Should an Organization Start Looking at Grants?
You are a non-profit organization, that does not mean you are ‘suppose’ to apply for & rely on grants. Many experts in the field agree that a healthy non-profit should never depend on grant funding.
Goals & Objectives: What Are They and How to Write Them Effectively
Whether you are writing a grant proposal, or seeking volunteers for your programs, establishing clear and realistic goals/objectives is imperative to both program development and sustainability.