As a follow up series to Grant Writing 101, this series educates participants on the art of grant finding, as well as the different types of funding available. The presenter will show participants different resources that can be used conduct grant research and how to estimate the amount of funding a nonprofit organization may need. By the end of the series, participants will have the confidence and knowledge to start their grant funding research.
This workshop will be conducted via Webex. Registration is required. Upon registration, library staff will contact you with program information.
Please join us on the dates below:
Thursday, 5/20/21, 4pm–6pm Locating Grants
Module 1 covers strategies participants can use to locate specific grants relevant to them.
Thursday, 5/27/21, 4pm–6pm Examine the Requirements for Applying for the Grant
Module 2 shows participants how to identify the requirements when applying for grants, as well as how to utilize key words to locate the right grant.
Thursday, 6/3/21, 4pm-6pm: Identify the Different Types of Contributions
Module 3 familiarizes participants to different types of contributions that may benefit their organization.
Thursday, 6/10/21, 4pm-6pm: Estimate the Amount of Funds Required to Operate Your Organization
Module 4 asks the participants to analyze how funds should be used, as well as what to ask when applying for a grant.
Thursday, 6/17/21, 4pm-6pm: Distinguish the Differences between Fundraising and Philanthropy
In Module 5, the participants will determine whether their organization would benefit from fundraising or philanthropy.
Thursday, 6/24/21, 4pm-6pm: Examine Revenue Streams through GuideStar and Other Resources
Module 6 covers some of the resources for products and services that participants can utilize for their organization.
Thursday, 7/1/21, 4pm-6pm: Final Discussion
The final module allows participants to discuss all the topics covered throughout the series.
Carol Farabee is the presenter for each of the workshops. Farabee has earned an MBA in Management, MS in Information Systems Engineering, and a PhD in Applied Management Decision Sciences. Farabee has a varied and extensive background in mentoring, including grant writing, business start-ups, and nonprofit management.