Outcomes: Making Future Grantmaking Better
Defining success in grantmaking has been a topic of discussion in nonprofit circles for many years. Recentl...
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Data Traps: Breaking Free
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Project Management & Grants Going Beyond the Checklists
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On Philanthropy: What's Changed?
While the pressures of change may continue to present challenges, if we have learned anything, it is that knowledge, information and working toward shared goals can help.
Q&A: Tracking Impacts and Outcomes
Real-world #PhilanthropyExperience from your peers. What do impacts and outcomes mean to you? What has been your most successful way(s) to measure the impact of your grantmaking?
The Philanthropy Experience
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Re-imagine Your Grant Proposals
Learn to re-imagine how you present basic documents such as your budget, organizational description, and board and staff bios so they add significant credibility to your request.
Project Management Is About People, Not Projects
I bet that your daily workload encompasses far more tasks than what is listed in your job description. How do we do everything, and do it well?
Productivity and Balance: Tips from Foundant
Work life balance is, well, a balancing act. Here are a few ways we, at Foundant keep ourselves feeling energized and productive during the day, both inside and outside of the office!
Fraud Prevention: Focus on What's in Your Control
Fraud is a buzzword no one particularly enjoys talking about. The word itself carries a negative connotation for all the obvious reasons and many organizations completely avoid the subject.
Should I Hire A Grant Writing Consultant?
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Building the “Total Value” Proposal Budget: A step-by-step framework for thinking differently about what it takes to do the work we do.
An A+ proposal budget provides an honest, complete, and clear picture of the total value of everything it takes to do our work successfully.
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