calendar_today Tuesday, October 26, 2021
access_time 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm PT
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Public and private grants are often perceived as quick, easy money for supporting your nonprofit. Not so! Setting up and maintaining a grantseeking program at your agency means having several elements in place to support your success. Join Dr. Angela Beard for a comprehensive discussion on grantseeking readiness and tips to help you be ready to start your search for grant funding.
This workshop will be recorded and live-captioned. All registrants will receive a copy of the recorded presentation and slideshow by email.
This is the fourth and final workshop in a four-part series exploring what it takes to start a nonprofit and be ready to raise funds to keep the organization sustainable. Contact Library to Business to request the recording and materials for any sessions you missed.
Nonprofit Startup Series:
• Nonprofit Fundraising: 10/12
• Nonprofit Grantseeking: 10/26
About the presenter:
Angela C. Beard has been a nonprofit practitioner, board member and scholar for more than 30 years. Presently she directs the Fundraising Academy at City University of Seattle, whose mission is to offer high-quality fundraising educational opportunities to further strengthen nonprofit organizations throughout Washington State. Since 2013 she has been a faculty member at Seattle University and also teaches at Everett Community College.
- All levels of experience
- Nonprofit startups