How to Use Stories for Writing Your Grant Proposal (NEW)

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book and coffee on the tableIs it possible to use stories in grant proposals? Why would we want to? One of the most important things a story does is help your organization stand out. Research shows that stories are 22 times more memorable than statistics. Sharing a well-crafted story about someone you serve helps to crystallize the impact of your mission. A story puts a face and voice to your work.

In this interactive webinar, Lori L. Jacobwith will help you identify multiple ways to share a story before sending the grant request, with the request, and after you've received the grant. And yes, we'll talk about ways to include a story in online grant applications. During this webinar you will (1) learn the difference between a story and a report; (2) identify multiple ways to include stories when submitting a grant proposal; and (3) make a mini-plan for keeping the funders updated by sharing story updates. Both new and intermediate grantwriters will benefit from this 90 minute presentation.

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Presenter

Lori Jacobwith

Named one of America's Top 25 Fundraising Experts, Lori L. Jacobwith is an internationally-recognized master storyteller and fundraising culture change expert. Lori has more than 30 years' experience helping nonprofit organizations raise more than $350 million dollars from individual donors.

When she's not speaking at conferences around the world, or conducting board training sessions, Lori delivers virtual communications training through her annual Ignite Your Fundraising Results program.

Lori is a prolific writer: Fire Starters, her must-read weekly blog, has been recognized multiple times as one of the top fundraising blogs in the U.S. Lori is author of Nine Steps to a Successful Fundraising Campaign and co-author of The Essential Fundraising Handbook for Small Nonprofits.

A longtime member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Lori holds a BA from the University of Minnesota and additional training from Indiana University's Fund Raising School.
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