Grants totaling millions of dollars are available to nonprofits, but how do you find them and identify the organizations most likely to be interested in your proposal? In this workshop, you will: review research skills to target grant funds; increase your ability to search effectively online; explore cutting-edge grant technology; identify patterns of foundations, corporations, and private trusts; and begin your own grant research. Please bring a laptop computer or tablet/iPad if you have one.
(This is part of the Grantsmanship Certificate Program, but you do not need to be enrolled in the program to take this workshop.)
Jack Smith, M.P.A., is a nationally recognized nonprofit consultant who offers management, project development training, and technical assistance to public and private organizations. He is a member of the adjunct faculty at the Emory University, Univ. of Southern Maine, and the Univ. of Georgia. He has trained several thousand individuals throughout the U.S. and abroad in grant management and grant writing. Audiences have included teachers and school administrators, mental health professionals, nurses, nonprofit staff and board members, state and municipal employees, consumer groups, and law enforcement. He has facilitated board retreats for dozens of nonprofit boards and statewide associations and presented at numerous national and state conferences.
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