01 Aug Grants 201: The Power of Partnerships
Grants 201: The Power of Partnerships
Session 4 of the Grants 201 Series
Working together with other nonprofits to achieve greater impact (e.g. shared services, mergers, joint programming, etc.) Partnerships and collaboration are strategic alliances between nonprofits that are intended to achieve greater impact than any organization could generate on its own.
What You’ll Learn:
- How to address concerns about partnerships
- The varied benefits of creating collaborative partnerships
- The types of collaborative partnerships
- How to identify potential organizations who could make strong collaborative partners;
- How to build initial relationships between organizations;
- How to candidly share your services and evaluation of impact.
GPCI Competencies and Skills:
Competency 3: Knowledge of strategies for effective program and project design and development.
- Skill 3.1 – Identify methods of soliciting and incorporating meaningful substantive input and contributions by stakeholders, including client groups, beginning with the development of a new concept or program.
- Skill 3.2 – Identify methods of building partnerships and facilitating collaborations among applicants.
- Skill 3.7 – Identify existing community resources that aid in developing programs and projects.
The trainers for these sessions are all credentialed grant professionals (GPCs) who agree to adhere to the Grant Professionals Association (GPA) Code of Ethics and are GPA Approved Trainers. All of the trainings in this series align with the Grant Professionals Certification Institute’s competencies and skills.
This training aligns with the Grant Professional Certification Institute’s Competencies and Skills and is approved for 1.0 Continuing Education Unit (CEU). Full participation in this training is also applicable for 1.0 points in Category 1.B – Education of the CFRE International application for initial certification and/or recertification.
Length: 60 minutes
Grants 201 Training Series
The average nonprofit professional needs more than just initial grant training. Anyone working with grants can analyze their strengths and weaknesses and then decide where they want to learn more deeply. Think of it as more tools in our toolbelt for that grant RFP or grant funder from whom we are determined to be successful.
These sessions are designed to provide deeper content on specific topics which challenge who have been working with grants for more than a year.
Cost: $50/session or $300 for the full series
To register for the complete series or for individual sessions: