Taking a strategic approach to pursuing grants is key to securing the needed financial support for your organization's mission. If the success of your operations and programs depends on receiving grants, or you'd like to begin pursuing grants to diversify your revenue stream, this next-level training series is for you. Join us to go beyond the basics to learn how to not only write compelling proposals but create a powerful grant management system that will secure maximum funds.
Suggested intermediate series courses are not sequential, so if you miss the starting course or are unable to attend any course in the series, you are welcome to take it later on.
FND 211 | Proven Methods for Securing Government Grants and Contracts
How to navigate the intricacies of government agencies, including best practices for securing funds and reporting outcomes related to government funding obligations.
FND 205 | Writing Winning Grants
How to turn organizational needs into fundable ideas and present them in competitive proposals.
FND 203 | Constructing a Powerful Case for Support
A detailed guide to the process of drafting your organization's all-important “case statement,” the argument that forms the foundation for all of your donor communications and asks.
ACCT 220 | Program Based Budgeting
How to create a budget that is detailed, realistic, and provides a clear explanation of the financial foundation for your program(s).
Thanks to The Wells Fargo Foundation, limited scholarships are available for eligible nonprofits enrolling in our introductory and intermediate course offerings.
- Starts October 11, 2017
Georgia Center for Nonprofits
100 Peachtree Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30303
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