(FREE) What Makes a Proposal a Winner

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This summer, GrantStation ran its biennial Winning Grant Proposal Competition. With over 185 fabulous entries, the judges narrowed it down to three, and from that small pool picked our winner—Soccer Without Borders.

Who penned this award-winning proposal? Soccer Without Borders’ Co-Founder, Mary Connor.

Join our host, Alice Ruhnke, President of GrantStation, and esteemed judges, Gayle Carpentier of TechSoup, Deirdre Chadwick of the BMI Foundation, and Mike Chamberlain of the Grant Professionals Association in a lively discussion about why this particular proposal was selected as the winner. Specifics about the proposal, as well as the time and effort that Mary put into it, will be discussed.

You’ll learn what made this proposal stand out from the rest of the very well-written entries so you can incorporate these lessons into your future proposals.

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Alice Ruhnke

Alice Ruhnke is the President of GrantStation. Having raised over $45 million from federal, state, and private grantmakers, she knows what it takes to get funded. As a former nonprofit program coordinator and director, and the Founder of The Grant Advantage, Alice has a deep understanding of the challenges that nonprofits face. Over the last 20 years she's worked in the trenches with hundreds of nonprofit organizations to improve their capacity to raise funds. Alice is an author and educator with a passion to share her expertise. Her insightful trainings on grant proposal writing and development, community change models, service projects, and measuring outcomes have helped over 4,000 individuals positively impact their communities.

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