At some point in your grantseeking career you will experience rejection.
The sting of not securing a grant, especially after investing time and the collective efforts of your team, can feel disheartening and deeply personal.
During this TargetED, Alice Ruhnke will show you what to do when you don’t get funded. You’ll see how you can use these challenging experiences to improve your proposals in the future.
- the steps to take after you receive a rejection letter;
- common mistakes that lead to rejections in the first place (and how you can avoid making them); and,
- questions to ask to help you determine the best way to move forward.
You’ll walk away ready to turn rejection into an opportunity for growth so you can continue to help your organization fulfill its mission.
This session is perfect for grant professionals, executive directors, members of the development team, and nonprofit program staff looking to improve their grantseeking strategy.
You will receive two GrantStation emails:
1. A copy of your paid invoice
2. A confirmation email from Zoom for the webinar with the login credentials
If you do not receive the confirmation email within 48 hours of registering, please email or call 1-877-784-7268.
GrantStation does not refund registration fees. Fees may be applied to any webinar scheduled within 30 days.
After the webinar, you will receive an email with a link to the recording and any handouts.
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.