Capacity Building for Small Organizations
Session 6: Grantee Ethics and Responsibilities
The Grantee Ethics and Responsibilities session focuses on understanding professional codes of ethics for grant professionals, grantee responsibilities for responsible post-award grant management, and how to maintain positive relationships with grant funders once a grant has been awarded. This session is designed to help nonprofit staff and volunteers grow in their knowledge about the responsibilities and requirements of being a grantee so they are as comfortable as possible when the time comes for them to effectively manage a grant award.
July 10, 2024 | 12:00-1:30 PM CT
This six-session Capacity Building for Small Organizations course focuses on the key elements that will prepare a new or small organization for grant readiness. It is ideal for agency executive directors, board members, or program staff interested in strengthening their organization’s capacity to seek out grant funding. In the first session, participants will learn how to identify where their organization sits along a readiness continuum. From there, each 90-minute session is tailored to help participants build their knowledge and skills to create pathways for successful grant-seeking.
Course Length: 9 hours