There are few skills so vital in nonprofit life as grant writing.
What does it take to move an idea into action? To write a plan that is so effective a funder is willing to support it? For many nonprofit organizations, the answers to these questions are the keys to successful fundraising.
In this intensive, we discuss the methods used to conduct a needs assessment to accurately define a set of community needs. Using data collected regarding college access programs, we generate potential solutions to a set of community problems, generate the results we hope to achieve, and create an action plan to achieve those results. We review the steps in preparing a sound budget, and practice research techniques that will enable us to identify appropriate funders for our work.
Facilitators for this intensive intensive include:
Margie DuBrow, Ph.D., Creative Management Strategies, Inc.
Andrea Taylor, Ph.D., Taylor Consulting
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