Small family funds give away more than $4 billion a year to charities, but it can be difficult to identify and connect with these grant makers who often keep a low profile and have little or no staff.
Plus, some have shifted their practices and priorities due to the health and racial-justice crises of the past year.
Which grant-seeking strategies are working now? How can your nonprofit convey impact even if weakened by the pandemic?
Join us and our expert guests to get answers, guidance on how to address current challenges, and tips for seizing new opportunities.
Two foundation executives, and a development director whose nonprofit teaches high school students to use photography to advance educational equity, will explain:
- What many small foundations and family funds want to support now
- Ways to find small grant makers, capture their attention, and deepen ties over time
- How to convey impact in grant proposals even if the pandemic weakened your nonprofit’s finances
Vice President of Strategic Partnerships
Consumer Health Foundation
Frey Foundation Chair for Family Philanthropy
Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy
Grand Valley State University
Director of Development & Communications
This webinar is worth 1.25 CFRE credits.