Education Webinars for Grantseekers
Watch our recorded education webinars for grantseekers.
Building a Strong Case for Grant Funding
Julie Assel, GPC will guide participants through the essential elements of a strong case statement, strategies for tailoring the case statement to the funders’ missions, and more.
Conscious Grant Writing: Advice on Harnessing Your Passion and Staving Off Burnout
In this on-demand webinar, Jana Hexter provides a fascinating conversation about how to imbue the sacred into grant writing so that you are left fulfilled and nourished by the process.
10 Secrets to Maximizing Your Nonprofit Profile on GuideStar
Are you curious about how your GuideStar profile can help you communicate to potential funders, but feeling overwhelmed about where to start?
Power Writing for Grants and More!
In this value-packed on-demand webinar, you'll learn simple, powerful, and often overlooked techniques that will have you writing more clearly, quickly, and confidently - right away.
Build a Powerful Grants Strategy for 2018
Cynthia Adams - CEO of GrantStation, discusses how to design and adopt a Grant Decision Matrix, a step by step process for identifying the right grantmaker(s) for a program, and more.
Crafting a Compelling Letter of Inquiry
Are you unsure why you aren't getting more 'yes' responses when submitting your Letter of Inquiry (LOI)? Do you want to know what is the right amount of information you should include in your LOI?
Compression Planning: Think Smarter, Move Faster
Heather Stombaugh gives an overview of the Compression Planning process, case studies from small and large nonprofits, and handouts to help you think smarter and move faster.
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.
Make Your Grant Requests Stand Out
Make Your Grant Requests Stand Out will give you a clear picture of exactly which documents you should have at hand and how to present them in a way that leads to successful grants requests.
Identifying and Maximizing Your Grant Team for Great Results
Do you feel like a grant team of one? Or, conversely, do you have an idea of who your grant team should be, but have a difficult time actively engaging them?
Grow Your Grant Capacity
As a grantseeker, you have a limited amount of time and resources to spend pursuing grant funding. Working smarter, not harder, is the key to creatively growing your grant capacity.
Maximize Relationships to Win More Grants
Find out how to take your grant seeking to a transformational level, using your organization’s relationships. The writing is important, absolutely, but so is engagement.
3 Proven Strategies to Improve your Grant Readiness
If you're considering building grant funding into your development plan - or if you're looking for ways to increase your return from your existing efforts - you can learn to sharpen your "grant saw".
Golden Key to Successful Grant Requests
The need statement is arguably the most important part of the grant proposal. Uncover the most effective methods for documenting the need, as well as ways to use that information to engage the reader.
Bullet Proof Budgets: Crafting a Winning Proposal Budget
It’s important to paint an honest, clear, and complete picture to accurately communicate the total value of all the resources necessary to perform the proposed work.
Grant Writing Secrets
Research, relationships, and writing are all key elements to your funding success. But when you're in the trenches, it can be hard to know where to focus your energy to be effective.
Tips from Grantseekers – Make Your Grant Process More Sustainable
In this on-demand webinar, you will hear from a panel of grantseekers and learn various tips and tricks to make your grant process more sustainable over time.
Grant Readiness: More Than Wanting Grant Funding
In this on-demand webinar, learn how to measure your organization’s grant readiness and what it really means to be “grant ready.”