May 12, 2022
2:00-3:15 PM ET
A third of foundations increased their giving in response to the crises of the past two years, and many also loosened their grant restrictions. It’s unclear whether these trends will continue, but many nonprofits are still seeing greater demand for services. That means competition for grants is as competitive as ever.
How can you write grant proposals that stand out to program officers and inspire their support?
Join us to get advice from a grant maker and a consultant who has helped a wide range of nonprofits secure millions from foundations. You’ll learn dos and don’ts for writing a successful proposal, vital steps to take before approaching a grant maker, and how to convey impact in ways that resonate with program officers.
Plus, you’ll get tips for securing grant dollars for overhead expenses that enable your nonprofit’s operations and mission.
What will you learn?
- Key information to share in grant proposals in 2022
- Tips for writing a persuasive case for support – including for general-operating expenses
- How to tell the story of your work and its impact
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Program Officer of Building Institutions and Networks
Grants & More
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This webinar is worth 1.25 CFRE credits.