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Thursday, September 26, 2019 - 2 PM EDT
Capital campaigns are strategic, multi-dimensional efforts to raise funds, typically for multimillion-dollar projects like new buildings. Understanding the vital role grants play in building capital campaign momentum and meeting campaign goals is an important piece of funding strategy.
In this webinar, Kevin Wallace, president of CampaignCounsel.org, and Carlyn Runnels, CampaignCounsel.org consultant, will show you how to identify and apply for grants best matched to your campaign, use grants to build momentum and credibility, and leverage grants to increase campaign participation.
Read more: Are You Ready for a Capital Campaign? Answer These Six Questions!
The North American Association of Christians in Social Work (NACSW) is a nonprofit Christian social work member organization committed to equipping members to integrate Christian faith and professional social work practice. Members of NACSW represent a rich diversity of Christian denominations and traditions.
NACSW offers a wide range of services and benefits to its 1,200+ individual and organizational members in the U.S. and Canada. Benefits of membership include NACSW’s quarterly journal, an annual convention, online trainings, quarterly webinars, podcasts, eNewsletters, discounts on its online bookstore, a JobNet career center – and much more!
The North American Association of Christians in Social Work is a GrantStation Membership Value Program Partner. Learn more about MVP.
Each year, the Grant Professionals Association's Annual Conference attracts 900+ grant professionals for a two and a half day conference chock full of learning and networking opportunities. Grant professionals gather to exchange time, strategies, solutions, resources, and more. With almost three days of learning, growing, and finding inspiration, attendees are equipped with a year’s worth of support in their daily responsibilities as grant professionals. If you are a grant professional, you do not want to miss this conference! We hope you will join us in Washington, DC, on November 6-9 to attend the highlight of the year for the grant industry!
You’ve been tasked with writing your first grant proposal for your organization and you have no idea where to start. What information goes in which section? Are you using enough data? How much money should you ask for?
At Elevate we’ve worked with over 100 nonprofit organizations to win millions of dollars for their programs, and we’ve learned a thing or two about what constitutes a winning grant proposal (and the mistakes to avoid). Join us for a FREE beginner-friendly webinar where we’ll walk you through basic dos and don’ts to help you write your first grant proposal with confidence.
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Community Development Professionals’ annual Nonprofit Development Conference is scheduled for October 3, 2019, from 8:30am - 4pm. “EXTREME MAKEOVER: Nonprofit Edition” will show you how to take YOUR nonprofit to the next level over the next 12 months. Join us to…
Stream the whole conference from the comfort of your home or office for only $149! Take the EXTREME MAKEOVER pledge and you can compete for up to $10,000 in funds to help you achieve your makeover. For more information visit here, or to register go here.
Twenty years ago GrantStation was born in a cabin in the wilderness. We are celebrating our anniversary with a special blog series, original content, and monthly Membership giveaways! Visit our anniversary page for updates and to enter our contest.
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Is your organization looking for ways to earn income and increase cash flow? A recent article in the Stanford Social Innovation Review entitled “Nonprofits’ Many Roads to Revenue Generation” discusses why nonprofits that wish to integrate revenue-generating activities should think strategically about who will benefit from them and how they will further their social mission. It outlines three approaches for integrating revenue generation within an organization's social mission.