hive@central: Nonprofit Navigator - Grant Writing 102: Distinguish between Fundraising & Philanthropy/Examine Revenue Streams

12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Burton Barr Central Library

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Grant Writing 102 is a series of interactive courses focusing on where to look for grants and the designated places that support your specific project.

Presented by the Cooperative Collaboration Coalition | Animals & Humans in Disaster Inc.

Distinguish the differences between fundraising and philanthropy – Gain an understanding of what is fundraising and what is philanthropy, so you may review and compare which provide the greatest benefit to your organization. This process will assist in determining your mission, values and goals, and how to measure the effectiveness of each for inclusion in your grant requirement.

Examine Revenue Streams through Guidestar and Other Resources - Identify and examine available resources for products and services that will provide revenue streams and help you grow your organization.

hive @ central is a free entrepreneurial business resource center located on the 2nd floor of the Burton Barr Central Library. For more information, please visit our hive website, call (602) 262-4636 during our business hours or email

Event Type(s): Careers & Business, Adult Education
Age Group(s): Adults

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