With more than $40 billion in grant money given away each year in the U.S. by private foundations alone, you know that there’s competition for those dollars. But how can you make YOUR organization stand out from the crowd and make that grant funder want to fund YOU?
What can you do to find favor with grant funders and how do you even make them notice you – much less fund you? Your proposal is normally the first impression a grant funder has of your organization. Learn how to make the best impression you can so that funders will sit up and take notice. This is finally your opportunity to learn valuable tactics that will take your grant proposals from so-so to great!
The following questions will be answered during this free webinar:
- What are the ten things grant funders always look for?
- What words should be avoided in proposals?
- What should be included in a stand-out cover letter?
- How can a proposal be formatted for maximum chance of funding?
- What steps can be taken to ensure grant continuation?
Presented by Betsy Baker, MPA Betsy Baker is President of YourGrantAuthority.com. She is an author, trainer/coach, public speaker and grant writing consultant having raised $10 million in grant funding for her clients. Betsy has spent her entire career in the nonprofit world and understands both the rewards and the challenges that grant writing presents. She is dedicated to demystifying the process and encouraging fund raisers to write winning grant applications. She also coaches fellow grant writers in becoming grant writing consultants. Betsy is a regular presenter for the The Foundation Center, the Grant Professionals Association, Centers for Nonprofits and United Way agencies and is a regular contributor to Opportunity Knocks! and CharityChannel. She also hosts webinars, workshops and other educational opportunities concentrating on grant writing and consulting.
FREE WEBINAR: How to Make Your Grant Proposal Stand Out From The Pack
How to Make Your Grant Proposal Stand Out from the Pack
Free,Winning Grants for Your Nonprofit
Course Level: Beginner