Writing Capacity Building Grants

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Growing upwardCapacity building grants are unique. While many best practices in writing operational or program grant requests apply to developing capacity building grant requests, there are some critical differences that need to be addressed to create the strongest application possible.

During the 90-minute webinar, Alice Ruhnke will define and discuss the fundamentals of capacity building grant requests, highlight the key components that differ from "regular" grants, and outline ways to identify funders who provide capacity building grants. Throughout the session, common mistakes in writing capacity building grant requests will be discussed and remedied. This webinar is appropriate for individuals who have a basic understanding of grant fundamentals and would like to apply those concepts specifically to capacity building grants.

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Presenter

Alice Ruhnke

Alice Ruhnke is the founder and owner of The Grant Advantage, aprogressive, innovative consulting business devoted to helping nonprofitorganizations unleash their strengths to embrace tomorrow’s opportunities.Located in Charleston, West Virginia, The Grant Advantage’s servicesinclude grant writing; funding searches; capacity building assistance; andlearning opportunities through trainings, workshops, webinars, and manuals.

Alice has raised over $32 million writing federal, state, foundation, andcorporate grants and has been in charge of awarding and monitoring federalfunds to nonprofit organizations throughout West Virginia. If Alice is notat her computer writing, she can usually be found facilitating trainingsfor individuals and organizations. Alice is also the author of *Mapping theCourse: A Practical Approach to Grant Writing, *a step-by-step manual thatwalks through an entire grant proposal process from start to finish.
Alice Ruhnke