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Charleston Animal Society GH Case Study
The Charleston Animal Society was the 1st animal organization established in South Carolina and is also one...
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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
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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!
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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.
How to Build a Winning Grants Team Part 2: Regular Season
Now that you’ve had a successful Spring Training and have signed on all the right players for your grants team, let’s strategize for success during the regular season.
Legal Aid of Western Missouri Case Study
Legal Aid of Western Missouri has been improving the lives of those in need through quality legal assistance since 1964.
Bozeman Area Community Foundation Case Study
Bozeman Area Community Foundation’s mission is to enhance the present and future quality of living in our community through innovative charitable activities that provide leadership.
Parent Trust Case Study
Parent Trust for Washington Children creates lasting change and hope for the future by promoting safe, healthy families and communities.
Tips for Telling (and Selling!) Your Story in Grant Applications
Storytelling is not only a key to successful fundraising efforts with individual donors. Storytelling is a key element for successful grant writing as well.
“Field of Dreams” or How to Build a Winning Grants Team
As grant professionals, we all need the support of a team. So how do you start? How many people do you want or need on your grants team? What tools and strategies can you use to build your team?
Grant writing isn't a creative writing exercise, but. . .
To connect the reviewer for the grantmaking organization to the proposed work, it is important that they understand the larger story of the work you are doing.
The (right) picture is worth 1,000 words
Data Visualization is a broad topic and a buzzword that can mean a lot of things. . . and can often be misconstrued or misunderstood. If you want even better retention, consider data visualization
Cultivating an Attitude of Gratitude: Why Giving Back is Our Culture
Workplaces that encompass a culture of appreciation, positive energy, and a sense of value give organizations purpose, direction, and a standard of behavior that motivates teams to aspire to greatness
Philanthropy Stories | Ep. 2
Foundant is honored to support Gallatin Valley Land Trust’s efforts to build trails, preserve open spaces, and connect people with nature. #OurPartForThePlanet
Becoming the "MacGyver" of Grants
For any grant professional, a key strength is being resourceful. Remember that you have access to two primary types of resources – external and internal.
Spreading the Grantseeking Love: 5 Positive Changes, 5 Gifts for You
While not all change is perfect there have been numerous positive events and changes that have enhanced our work as grant professionals.
Data Security, Foundant, and You
During this on-demand webinar, you'll learn some common security frameworks, how to assess your needs as an organization, and how to create action items you can take away and implement immediately.
GPA Member Benefits are Endless
|GUEST POST| The GPA member benefits are endless. Membership has allowed me to create relationships with business professionals in the community to include other nonprofit associations and businesses
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