About

Are you faced with tough decisions or being forced to “cut back” because your organization isn’t able to fully fund your operating budget?

Unfortunately, it’s easier to fund your programs and special projects than it is to raise the dollars you need to keep the lights on.

This course will identify the building blocks of a strong budget and explain how nonprofits can easily raise the dollars needed to cover overhead costs. We will discuss how proper budgeting will propel grant proposals to success and how to use messaging to raise these much-needed funds.

Course Takeaways:

  1. How to write a realistic budget for your organization, programs, and projects
  2. The difference between and fully fundable budget and what most organizations create
  3. The 3 items most budgets are missing
  4. Steps to diversifying your funding streams
  5. How to express needs to prospective donors in ways that will ignite their passion to support your work
  6. The top 3 metrics you should analyze regularly from your budget
  7. How to begin to change the culture around budgets in a way that allows you to find funding more easily

Click here to learn more about our Grant Writing course series.

Bonus Materials

  • NA PDF of the presentation slides
  • NAny additional handouts
  • NAccess to the replay for one year

Webinar Details

  • Taught live on July 29, 2020
  • }60 Minutes
  • Webinar Replay
  • $47.00

Registering for a Group?

Great! We make it easy to register additional colleagues and/or employees.

Simply select the group option, and then enter the number of seats you’re purchasing/registering for in the grey box. Additional charges may apply. You may then (optionally) enter a name for your group below.

After purchase, you will be redirected to your very own “Group Registration” page where you’ll be asked to enter the names and emails of all additional registrants for you remaining seats.

Each member you invite will receive access to our website, as well as a unique link to join the live webinar.

Want to get this course for just $37?

Register for the Whole Series and Save 20%

Webinar Details

  • Taught live on July 29, 2020
  • }60 Minutes
  • Webinar Replay
  • $47.00

Registering for a Group?

Great! We make it easy to register additional colleagues and/or employees.

Simply select the group option, and then enter the number of people you’re registering for in the grey box. Additional charges may apply. You may then (optionally) enter a name for your group below.

After purchase, you will be redirected to your very own “Group Registration” page where you’ll be asked to enter the names and emails of all additional registrants.

Each member you invite will receive access to our website, as well as a unique link to join the live webinar.

Want to get this course for just $37?

Register for the Whole Series and Save 20%

About

Are you faced with tough decisions or being forced to “cut back” because your organization isn’t able to fully fund your operating budget?

Unfortunately, it’s easier to fund your programs and special projects than it is to raise the dollars you need to keep the lights on.

This course will identify the building blocks of a strong budget and explain how nonprofits can easily raise the dollars needed to cover overhead costs. We will discuss how proper budgeting will propel grant proposals to success and how to use messaging to raise these much-needed funds.

Course Takeaways:

  1. How to write a realistic budget for your organization, programs, and projects
  2. The difference between and fully fundable budget and what most organizations create
  3. The 3 items most budgets are missing
  4. Steps to diversifying your funding streams
  5. How to express needs to prospective donors in ways that will ignite their passion to support your work
  6. The top 3 metrics you should analyze regularly from your budget
  7. How to begin to change the culture around budgets in a way that allows you to find funding more easily

Click here to learn more about our Grant Writing course series.

Bonus Materials

  • A PDF of the presentation slides
  • Any additional handouts
  • Access to the replay for one year