Grant Management: Award Closeout Session 7 of the Grant Management Series Grant recipients have an ethical and legal responsibility to follow established guidelines and best practices when closing out awards. In the Award Closeout webinar, the presenter will highlight these responsibilities and will share action steps for...

    Ethics: Grant Ethics for Prospect Research and Funder Relationships Session 2 of the Ethics Series Have you ever been uncomfortable applying to a foundation which didn’t seem to really match your organization’s profile? Many nonprofit professionals are pressured into writing to foundations who don’t match their giving...

    Ethics: Grant Ethics Codes of Conduct: What Do They Say and Why are They Different Session 1 of the Ethics Series Ethics in grants can be a hot-button discussion, but what does it mean to be an ethical grant professional? In this first session on grant ethics,...

    Grants 301: Managing Up Session 5 of the Grants 301 Series One of the greatest challenges we face as grant professionals is getting the information and resources needed to craft project ideas and develop competitive proposals. This information is often spread across multiple people and departments…from finance to...

    Grants 301: Becoming a Grant Reviewer Session 6 of the Grants 301 Series  A great way to learn how to write better grants is to become a grant reviewer. Grant reviewing can impact your understanding of funders, the grant-making process, and your community. This session will give...

    Grant Management: Monitoring and Subrecipients Session 6 of the Grant Management Series Grant recipients have an ethical and legal responsibility to monitor their own compliance and programmatic performance as well as the compliance and performance of any subrecipients included in the project. In the Monitoring and Subrecipients...

  Grant Management: Internal Controls – The Policies and Procedures of Grant Management Session 5 of the Grant Management Series Many organizations know that they should have policies and procedures for grants management, but they don’t know what that really means for their organization. In this Internal Controls...

    Grants 301: Logic Models and Theories of Change Session 4 of the Grants 301 Series While traditional philanthropy focused on funding immediate needs and short-term goals, the practice of philanthropy is taking a turn towards social change. Funders desire to fund change, not charity. In this way, philanthropy...

      Grant 301: The Power of the Pen Session 3 of the Grants 301 Series Proposal narratives must reflect the deep social responsibilities of grant professionals to tell the stories of the target population, not just the story of the organization. Words have power, and grant professionals must...

  Grant Management: Grant Management Systems Session 3 of the Grant Management Series A common mistake made by many organizations is to assume that if they have financial management software, they are ready to manage federal funding. In this Grant Management Systems webinar, the presenter will provide information about what elements...