This audio conference provides an exclusive advance look at 2012 funding opportunities from the Department of Housing & Urban Development that will be rolled out throughout this fall and winter--well ahead of HUD's usual schedule.
We contacted program officials and conducted exhaustive research to enable us to offer listeners insights and advice available nowhere else. You'll learn potential release dates, get insights on funding priorities and proven advice that will improve your organization's knowledge and grantseeking competency. In past years our reliable forecasts of release dates, application advice, and ability to address a wide range of critical questions have made this one of our most popular events.
UPDATES ON MORE THAN 35 PROGRAMS
We'll tell you what to expect in the 2012 funding pipeline and when you'll likely see notices of funding availability well before they are posted on Grants.gov, in the Federal Register or on HUD's websites.
HUD funds a wide range of programs in addition to housing and community development, including education at all levels, healthcare, green technology, environmental issues, community revitalization, and services helping low income families, seniors, children, Native Americans, the disabled, homeless, veterans and much more.
SPECIAL FOCUS ON FEDERAL PARTNERING INITIATIVES
Our speakers will also update listeners on the growing partnership movement at the federal agency level, and keep you posted on what you need to know to be prepared.
And, we'll provide you with expert advice on:
- How to take advantage of the HUD NOFAs
- How to craft a compelling and successful grant application
- How to gain the inside track with state and federal program officials; an
- How to establish partnering relationships that can better able your organization to tap funding.