This webinar will be held from 1:00pm to 2:00pm Central.
To maximize impact, nonprofits must constantly look out for new funding opportunities, and also reassess how they can maximize traditional efforts. Foundation grants represent a great opportunity for nonprofits to fund key programs and infrastructure, but if not pursued strategically they can be a huge waste of time. Learn how to get more grants in the door, while actually investing less time writing grants in this insightful workshop, after which your organization will be well poised to secure your fair share of the $55B doled out annually in the US alone. Heyman will share concrete tips and tools for identifying and prioritizing prospects, getting in the door and securing a call or meeting, and he will provide a step-by-step framework designed to improve your grantwriting success rate from 5% to 50%.
Darian Rodriguez Heyman is an accomplished fundraiser, social entrepreneur, and best-selling author. His work “helping people help” started during his five-year tenure as Executive Director of Craigslist Foundation, after which he authored the best-selling Nonprofit Fundraising 101, edited the best-selling Nonprofit Management 101, and co-founded the world’s only conference series dedicated to social media for social good, Social Media for Nonprofits. Most recently, he launched the Nonprofit Fundraising Masters conference series to share the secrets to success, most valuable tips and tools, and sources of inspiration of the world’s most successful fundraisers with nonprofit professionals, and he assumed the Executive Director role at Numi Foundation, where he oversees their clean water and curriculum development programs. Heyman is an in-demand fundraising consultant and board retreat facilitator, and a frequent keynote speaker at social impact events around the globe.
How to craft, construct, and submit an effective grant application;
How to research, identify, and match funding resources to meet specific needs;
Methods and strategies that cultivate and maintain relationships between fund-seeking and recipient organizations and funders;
Practices and services that raise the level of professionalism of grant developers