Practical Grant Writing: How to Answer That Tricky Sustainability Question

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chessman lined upSustainability sections of grant applications are inherently tricky: It's important to show that your organization needs the requested funding, but also that it is not overly-reliant on those funds (or on any specific grant or source).

In this webinar, Alayna Buckner, the CEO and Founder of Elevate, will help you understand how funders think about sustainability and give you practical tips to strengthen your grant requests.

By the end of the webinar, you will:

  • understand essential information to include when funders ask about sustainability;
  • review 'under-looked' strategies that your organization may already be using to promote program sustainability, and how to talk about them in grant requests; and,
  • see actual examples of compelling sustainability sections.

This training is ideal for grant writing professionals at all levels, including anyone new to fundraising and grant writing as well as experienced professionals looking for a refresher.

90 Minutes
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Alayna Buckner

CEO & Founder, Elevate

Alayna Buckner is a licensed nonprofit consultant who has raised tens of millions of dollars for local and national nonprofits. In 2013, she founded Elevate, a grant writing firm that partners with nonprofits across the country to build and run their grant programs. Since 2013, Elevate has worked for over 200 nonprofit organizations and drafted more than 14,000 proposals; last year alone, Elevate raised more than $66 million for its nonprofit clients.
Alayna Buckner