In this episode, her dynamic teaching style brings so much infectious enthusiasm to the discussion that every listener will feel empowered to go out and find a grant for their program – even if they never considered it before.
“Fundraising” can be a daunting task for both new and experienced development professional because “one size truly does not fit all.”
Whether you serve a nonprofit as a development director, executive director, board member, or staff… “strategic planning” has probably come up in your conversations.
Are you ready to launch a new program or make some changes to an existing program? Before you get started, it is important to ask, “What is prompting me, or forcing me, to define our program now?”
Is direct mail one of your funding streams or would you like to consider adding it to your fundraising plan?
Regardless of where you are beginning, grant writing is a journey on all fronts.
If there is one thing that can be universally agreed upon by nonprofit organizations, it would be this: raising money is hard.
Oasis Adult Education opportunities features a series of three conversations on May 1, 8, & 15 from 5:45 – 6:45 p.m. in Grace Fellowship Hall.
One of the very first client interactions you will have is the initial consultation.
Grant applications often include the question, “What is your overhead rate?”
There are many aspects of fundraising, but at the very core of any development strategy is donor relations.
Now it is time to get down to the nitty and gritty components of effective volunteer management systems.