Tag Archives: Grant writing

What will our webinar on “making grant proposals visual” look like?

Well, take a look! Stephanie and Bix, with Foundation Center’s Christine Bunting, talk through how we’ll show you how to Create Visually Exciting Grant Proposals in our webinar coming up on June 14! Sign up for the webinar through June 7th to receive the early-bird rate …
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Get All Your Ducks In a Row – Grant Writing and Prospecting Tips For January

With your special events and end-of-the-year appeal in the recent past, now is the time to put energy into your grant writing and prospecting for 2014. The grants calendar is shorter than our calendar year. We are always telling ourselves that the grant year is over by October – that the window of opportunity has closed and the next year is our hope and focus. So, that means this early part of the new year should focus heavily on all things grant related.
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Keeping The Funder Honest

The power dynamic of the funder and fundee is often difficult to manage. The onus is usually on the organization being funded to make the relationship a good one. Truth be told, we expect a lot from our funders in return – even though we don’t directly express it often, or get an opportunity to enforce any rules. We have come up with a list of unspoken rules non-profit managers have for funders .
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