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Securing Foundation and Corporate Grants

Corporations, foundations, and government entities provide support to nonprofit organizations. While individuals account for the highest percentage of charitable giving, foundations, corporations, and governmental entities grant funds to establish or supplement important community-focused programs. These grants also can provide funding for incubator projects that may subsequently be supported by major individual donors. In this course, we will discuss and examine the special aspects of foundation, corporate, and government grant preparation and solicitation. Each solicitation involves developing a positive relationship, planning effectively, asking for support in the appropriate manner, and following up using proper procedures. Successfully receiving a grant from a foundation or corporation requires researching and identifying the appropriate partner, understanding the guidelines, effectively asking for the grant, and exercising meaningful stewardship.

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You'll Walk Away with

  • An understanding of the special aspects of foundation, corporate, and government grant preparation and solicitation
  • Familiarity with the steps needed to solicit grant funding, namely developing a positive relationship, planning effectively, asking for support in the appropriate manner, and following up using proper procedures
  • Knowledge of how to research and identify foundation, corporate, and government grant funding
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