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.
Learners who register for the full certificate are encouraged to bring an in-development or prospective grant application for hands-on application of concepts throughout the series. Each individual course may have additional suggested materials to support immediate practice of knowledge and skills.
FND 240 | Constructing a Powerful Case for Support
How to develop an effective “case statement,” the argument for supporting your work – the foundation for your donor communications and a valuable resource for everyone who is soliciting donations on your organization’s behalf.
FND 241 | Writing Winning Grants for Foundation and Corporate Giving
How to turn organizational needs into fundable ideas and present them in competitive proposals.
FND 242 | Begin with the End in Mind: Grant Budgeting
How to use a grant's end goals to develop a budget, and the proper budgeting structures to promote compliance and ease reporting.
FND 243 | Grant Reporting for Impact
How to set your organization up for success by establishing systems for data collection and tracking, considering both quantitative and qualitative reporting requirements.
- Spring starting January 16, 2020
- Summer starting August 12, 2020
Georgia Center for Nonprofits
100 Peachtree Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30303
Thanks to the generous support of The Wells Fargo Foundation, GCN offers a limited number of partial scholarships for staff and board members of eligible organizations to attend Nonprofit University. Learn more