Does it feel like researching to identify new grant funders for your organization is like looking for a needle in a haystack? Are you worried that you are overlooking “the perfect” grant opportunity for your organization or missing new opportunities as they begin to accept applications? Researching potential grant funders is a critical step in the grant development process. It includes understanding funding trends, priority interests, types of support provided, and geographic focus. Having a solid understanding of a potential grant funder’s funding history, current priorities, and application and funding process are critical to winning a grant and setting up your grant maker relationship to be successful.
Join this webinar to discuss how to best use common databases for foundation research and integrate that research with free research tools in order to draft an initial grant strategy. We will use proven tools and strategies to successfully compile the multitude of information and documents collected during the research process in order to create a prioritized proactive grant seeking strategy.
Participants recieve a tool for tracking your research results, managing application deadlines, and summarizing opportunities to share and discuss with your colleagues; and a 30 minute follow-up phone consultation with the presenter about your organization-specific research questions.