Exploring Public Funding (NEW)

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the flag with moneyCommunity nonprofits often struggle to compete with larger organizations for public dollars. This webinar, presented by Mindy Muller, is an opportunity to arm nonprofits with the information needed to make an informed decision about whether or not to pursue these funding options. The webinar will review the structure of public funding from the federal level to the state and local levels, as well as the process of considering the pros and cons of pursuing public funding. Participants will learn more about tapping into public funds, the request for proposal process, and how to prepare, qualify, and apply for public funds. Federal requirements to consider before pursuing public dollars, like OMB Circulars, the Davis-Bacon Act, and environmental reviews, will also be covered. Finally, participants will learn tips on competing for public funds with excellence.  

  •   Learn about public funding streams, including federal, state, and local funding.
  •   Develop strategies to make intentional decisions about pursuit of public funding.
  •   Acquire an awareness of additional mandates required when using federal funds.
  •   Learn about the common request for proposal funding structure.

This session is excellent for nonprofits looking to explore public funding as well as experienced proposal writers looking for a refresher. The webinar will be held on Wednesday, February 5, 2020.

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90 Minutes
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Presenter

Mindy Muller

Mindy Muller is a social entrepreneur and President/CEO of Community
 Development Professionals, LLC (CDP). She founded CDP is 2003 with a 
mission to partner with community organizations to grow and nurture viable
 communities. Mindy has authored more than 50 curricula on topics pertaining 
to nonprofit organizational development and has trained more than 2,500
 professionals representing 1,000 community organizations across the United 
States. She is a visiting instructor at Miami University in its Department
 of Justice and Community Studies and facilitates monthly nonprofit
 professional development series for Miami’s Center for Civic Engagement.
 Mindy earned a BA in Psychology and Family Science from Anderson University
 and her MS in Nonprofit Administration from Louisiana State University
 Shreveport.
Mindy Muller