Many corporations and foundations are consolidating their giving into fewer, larger awards. So it pays—literally—when you stand out among your outstanding peer applicants.
This webinar will highlight strategies that lead to significant private grants in this increasingly competitive environment.
Susan Schaefer of Resource Partners will guide you to develop a tailored plan that deepens your nonprofit’s foundation partnerships.
You will learn:
- the benefits of looking at your portfolio through the lens of major grants;
- steps to launch or grow your internal capacity; and,
- strategies that help you stand out in the eyes of funders.
Even if your organization is new to significant foundation partnerships, you will come away with customized tactics to advance your near-term work.
This session is perfect for grant professionals who have found some success securing grants and are ready to take their organization’s grantseeking to the next level.
Full participation in this webinar is applicable for 1.5 points in Category 1.B -Education of the CFRE International application for initial certification and/or recertification.
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You will receive an email with the full recording and any handouts within 10 business days after the webinar.
After you register, you will receive the following emails:
- A sales receipt for your bookkeeping records
- A confirmation email from Zoom with the login credentials
- Instructions for other attendees if you registered a group
If you do not receive these emails within 48 hours of registering, please email or call 1-877-784-7268.
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Susan Schaefer helps nonprofit leaders fund their priorities through major private grants. She is an author, speaker, and consultant whose firm, Resource Partners, guides clients to secure their largest, most impactful foundation and corporate grants.
She has written and contributed to multiple books for the sector and has taught fund development at Johns Hopkins University.
Susan writes a monthly series of articles called Major Grants.