About Our Speaker(s)
Frank Klimko

Frank Klimko is a veteran journalist with more than 30 years of experience covering federal, state, and local government regulation; agency news; and private philanthropy. As a webinar instructor, he has helped hundreds of listeners better position themselves for funding, burnish their applications, and get a firmer grip on the federal/private money tree. Klimko specializes in uncovering alternative and hidden grant opportunities.



New Strategies in Grant Seeking: Women's Funding, a Brand New Fundraising Trend (CDP818A)

Event Information
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Product Format
Pre-recorded Webinar
Presenter(s)
Frank Klimko
Length
60 minutes
Event Description

Learn How to Find Your ‘Best Bets’ and Write a Winning Proposal Foundations Want to See

Grant seeking is a tough job, and the competition is cutthroat. Behind the lofty public goals lie your basic needs – from making payroll to buying equipment and paying the light bill. And to get funding, you should know how to stand out from the crowd and connect with the many available private funding streams. The problem with well-known funders is that they already have long lines outside their doors. You can, however, network with the right people, jump on the bandwagon early, and make all the right moves to succeed – but how?

You’ll figure that out by attending this webinar by industry veteran Frank Klimko, who will teach you how to tap into the power donor networks that are changing the philanthropic landscape of the 21st century. In this session, Klimko will focus on how to find funding from foundations that are run by women – and those that specifically fund programs to support women and girls.

Learn how to make your mission, your organization, and yourself, as attractive as possible to potential donors. This webinar will equip you with all the tools and the information you need on how to stand out from the crowd, connect with the many private funding streams most people don’t know about, and succeed.  Surviving in the nonprofit world doesn’t have to be a brutal experience, and Klimko will show you how.

Get an up-close view of the six major funding trends, including exciting new women’s funding networks like Women Moving Millions (WMM) – a network of 240 donors who have all given at least $1 million to support good work. And arm yourself with the techniques and strategies to successfully pursue these funds. Learn how to find your ‘Best Bets’, and how to write a successful proposal by including the “inside information” foundations want to see before awarding funds.

You will learn how to make a strong case for your project, and how to avoid the red flags – a.k.a. fatal mistakes – that foundations look for. Klimko will demonstrate with example how to successfully apply for funds, and conclude with a useful Q&A session where you can ask questions or get help on how to find funding for your project.

After attending this webinar, you will be able to write a successful proposal and maximize your chances of getting the funding you need.

Session Highlights

Here's a sampling of what this webinar will uncover:

  • The six major funding trends – including the growth of women’s funding networks
  • How to successfully pursue these funds
  • Is funding for women’s groups just dedicated to women’s programs?
  • Where to find your “Best Bets” for funding (hint: it's more than just browsing the Foundation Center’s website)
  • How to avoid pitfalls in developing your proposal: how to make the case for what you need, while avoiding red flags – a.k.a. fatal mistakes – foundations look for
  • Information on well-known funder’s support to serve as an example of what you'll need to successfully apply for funds
  • Q&A session to ask questions or get help in finding the funding you need

Session Objectives

You will learn:

  • The reality of women’s foundations and expenses – and what to expect
  • How to use your experience in government grant seeking as a guide to foundation giving, and where it's not appropriate
  • How to identify which foundations are your best bets for support, and which ones are likely to be a waste of time
  • How to write a successful proposal, including the 'inside information" that foundations want to see before awarding funds

Who Should Attend

From the novice to the experienced grants writer in these groups:

  • Affinity groups
  • Branding specialists
  • Child health services departments, child nutrition experts, child-serving organizations, children’s hospitals, pediatricians

  • Educators and doctors
  • Community action agencies, community and neighborhood associations
  • Foundations, government agencies
  • For-profits
  • Foster care service providers
  • Grant writers
  • Gyms, outdoor recreation centers
  • Maternal health providers, nutrition and obesity experts
 

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