This information-packed audioconference sponsored by Children & Youth Funding Report is specifically designed to help funders at all levels get off to a successful 2011 grantseeking season.
The nation’s economy continues to struggle, and a Congressional budget stalemate and new Congress portend a tightened outlook for both federal and private funding. Even so, millions and millions of dollars still remain available for a wide range of programs. But whether you succeed in today’s economic and political climate largely depends on your ability to tap into lesser-known funding sources as well as your knowledge about what funders are focusing on in 2011.
During this 90-minute conference you will receive a wealth of specific guidance on the kinds of projects grantmakers want to fund. We’ll show you how to uncover funding opportunities in the most unlikely places, more effectively tapping both private and federal funding streams. We’ll share with you some of our most unique case studies about successful fundraising campaigns, the details of which are certain to spark your imagination and get you thinking about new ways to enhance your funding efforts.
During this insightful event, you’ll learn about:
- The current and projected status of children and youth funding at both the federal and private levels;
- The likely focus of new funding in the coming year and how changes in Congress will affect your bottom line;
- Successful campaigns and strategies for getting your organization noticed and remembered;
- Tried and true methods for developing public-private partnerships that actually work;
- Pinpointing and taking advantage of “outside the box” funding opportunities at non-traditional sources;
- And so much more!
You’ll also learn about some interesting new initiatives -- now being quietly discussed behind the scenes -- that could sneak into next year’s budget. We’ll tell you about noteworthy developments that you may not be aware of, as well as federal inter-agency program integration efforts now underway in certain selected areas.