Presented by Kate McNally, Capacity Building Advisor, NYCON
The process of prospecting, identifying, applying for, accepting, delivering upon, and monitoring a grant to your nonprofit can be exciting and challenging. The best approach to this complicated process is to be strategic and proactive, and to develop as many tools and resources as possible to maximize the impact of the grant, and to thwart problems before they become serious. In this webinar, the first in an ongoing series, we examine how to get ready to "prospect, prepare, and plan" for grants by discussing key components of an organization's grant readiness and how to begin best positioning your organization to effectively and efficiently research and apply to potential donors.
This introduction to grants management is aimed at organizations who may be searching for their first grant or are in the process of receiving one, as well as those organizations that may already be receiving grant funding, but that do not have a formal grant management process.
Additional, more advanced webinars will address topics such as accepting, setting up, delivering, monitoring and reporting.
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