(FREE) Increase Your Odds: How to Give Funders What They Want

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Are you tired of writing grant proposals that seem to fall on deaf ears? Have you ever wondered why funders turn you down, despite your best efforts?

Your problem may be funding your programs and projects, but have you considered the funder’s concerns when providing financial support?

To increase your odds of success, you need to shift perspectives and ask questions from the funder’s point of view, because when you help solve their problems, you’ll go far in solving your own.

During this webinar, Matt Hugg of Nonprofit.Courses will show you how you can increase your chances of winning a grant award by understanding what funders look for.

You’ll learn:

  • ten common reasons why funders may turn you down;
  • the reasons why funders ask what they do; and,
  • how to address their concerns before you even start writing your proposal.

You’ll walk away with the ability to see issues from the funder’s point of view so you can remove potential obstacles and increase your chances of getting funded.

This session is great for grant proposal writers, executive directors, and nonprofit program officers who are willing to look outside their needs and into the desires and concerns of those who fund them.

60 Minutes
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After the webinar, you will receive an email with a link to the recording and any handouts.


Matt Hugg

Matt Hugg is president and founder of Nonprofit.Courses, an on-demand, e-learning resource with thousands of courses specifically for nonprofit leaders, staff, board members, and volunteers. He’s the author of the Guide to Nonprofit Consulting, and teaches nonprofit management at several universities, via the web, and in-person in the United States, Africa, Asia, and Europe. Matt’s past work includes fundraising for the University of the Arts, Ursinus College, University of Cincinnati, and the Boy Scouts of America.

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