Writing Grants for the Common Good
· 1. NAM members - log in and go here to get the member rate promo code.
· 2. Go to the Idaho Nonprofit Center and Register Here.
· When: Four Thursdays in February - Feb. 7th, 14th, 21th, and 28th, 2019
· Time: 11:00 am - 12:30pm CST
· Where: Online Webinar - 4-part series
· Price: $175 for NAM members / $225 for not-yet-members (promo code instructuions above)
· Level: Beginner/Intermediate
· Feb 7th - Module 1 - Develop a Grant Writing Toolkit
· Feb 14th - Module 2 - Doing the Research
· Feb 21st - Module 3 - Preparing the Proposal
· Feb 28th - Module 4 - Tips for Success
· In this four-part series, Laurel York Odell, provides instruction and exercises for organizations preparing and writing grants. This series will cover:
1. Develop a Grant Writing Toolkit - Creating your case for support, the basis for your proposals.
2. Doing the Research - Matching funders with your program/project.
3. Preparing the Proposal - Recognizing and following funder requirements for content as well as format; how to read between the lines.
4. Tips for Success - Managing the submission process as well as other tips for making your proposal a standout.
The Writing Grants for the Common Good series will breakdown the grant process for nonprofit organizations. Laurel York Odell, webinar instructor, will provide specific examples and walk registrants through the preparation and submission of funding opportunities. This series will cover:
1. Creating your case for support
2. Matching funders with your program/project
3. Recognizing and following funder requirements
4. Tips for making your proposal a standout
· Laurel York Odell has been providing consulting services in all things nonprofit organizational development for 20+ years. Since 1997, she has provided counsel in fundraising, strategic planning, board development, and coalition building with organizations small to large, urban and rural here in Idaho as well as other parts of the Pacific Northwest. Her work has ranged the gamut from grant writing to capital campaigns; from facilitating planning sessions to establishing statewide networks in health and human services, education, conservation, and the arts.
Laurel has developed and provided training in membership programs, major donor programs and capital campaigns for the Idaho Nonprofit Center; served as course instructor in Fund Development for Nonprofit Organizations at Boise State University; and worked as associate consultant with Training Resources for the Environmental Community (TREC). Her spare time is spent hiking in the Boise foothills with her administrative assistant Bo (Golden Retriever).
· An additional GoToWebinar RSVP link is included in the confirmation email. To complete registration, you will need to submit that form as well.
· M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust