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What if there was one story you could tell that would help you raise more money before year-end?
This is a webinar unlike any you've ever experienced. We'll talk about your personal relationship with money and how it informs your fundraising outcomes. Examining our attitudes toward money—earning it, spending it, and giving it away—offers surprising insight into our lives and our values.
Using concepts from the bestselling book, The Soul of Money, written by Lynne Twist, this session will inspire a paradigm shift for your money conversations both personally and for meeting your fundraising goals.
The Texas Association of Nonprofit Organizations (TANO) is the statewide membership association reflecting and promoting Texas’ growing nonprofit community in all its diversity. Envisioning a Texas Nonprofit Sector that works together to be among the healthiest and most vibrant in the nation, TANO’s concern and focus is every nonprofit entity within our state no matter its size or budget, urban or rural location. Our mission is to connect, strengthen, and support the nonprofit community for the public good of Texas.
The Texas Association of Nonprofit Organizations is a GrantStation Premium Licensing Program Partner. Learn more about PLP.
I came to Alaska in 1993 seeking new experiences and adventures in the mountains and wilderness. It turns out that one of my greatest adventures was launching GrantStation. After spending the first few years working around the state in the commercial fishing and oil industry, I decided to pursue my interest in helping organizations leverage technology to be more successful. In 1997 I joined Cindy and team to help lead the statewide sales and marketing for BigData, the original online database of funders that she had built specifically for Alaska nonprofits.
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Are you a grantwriter looking to further your career? Earn recognition for the skills, expertise, and knowledge you’ve acquired. The Grant Professionals Certification Institute (GPCI) administers the nationally recognized Grant Professional Certification (GPC) credential.
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If you’ve ever had to create a budget for your grant proposal, and panicked – the team at Elevate knows how you feel.
You’d be hard-pressed to find a grant RFP that doesn’t ask you to submit a budget of some kind – be it an organizational budget, a grant budget, or a program budget. These documents can be overwhelming to create, especially when you aren’t sure which information to include or how much detail to provide.
Enter: Budget Week! In this 3-part series from October 29-31, we’ll answer all your questions about the different budget types you’re bound to encounter in your grantwriting career. Save your seat!
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Are you a grants manager looking to up your game? A report by Fluxx entitled The Grants Manager's Playbook: Are You Getting the Most out of Your Foundation's Data? offers valuable guidance. It explores how grants managers are currently using data, where grants managers often hit walls during data collection and analysis, and how grants managers can improve grantmaking processes and better evaluate proposals using data.