Would you like to get big juicy grants to fund your programs but don’t know where to start?
Or maybe you’ve done some grant research, but come up empty handed?
You can’t get grants if you can’t find them.
And you certainly don’t want to waste a lot of time looking in the wrong place or barking up the wrong tree.
After years of researching and writing grants, I’ve learned a few tricks that make it easy for me to quickly and easily track down golden grant opportunities – those grants that are a great fit for my program.
I teach these to my clients, and now I’ll teach you, too.
Here’s what we’ll cover:
- When to do research (this is GREAT for newbies and for those considering starting new programs, because you don’t want to put the cart before the horse)
- How often to look (the answer may surprise you)
- Our favorite database to use to find the best grant opportunities (this is the one we use ourselves!)
- How to do nontraditional research and find opportunities in uncommon ways.
- The 2 criteria a foundation must meet before you write down their name as a prospect
- How to choose the right keywords to search on
- The nuggets of gold to look for in a 990
- How to get all your new data organized and prioritized
About your trainer:
Sandy Rees is a coach/trainer who specializes in showing nonprofit leaders how to raise the money of their dreams. She’s trained dozens of nonprofit Boards how to love their job and step through their fear of fundraising so they can fully fund their programs.
Got questions? Prefer to order over the phone? Call the Get Fully Funded office at 865-657-9915 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.