Grant-Seeking for Ministries

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Grant-Seeking for Ministries
No Magic Required

Does grant writing seem mysterious?  Are you looking to grants as a solution to budget woes, if you could just figure out how to get them?  Or, does grant writing feel like too much effort, followed by rejection or silence?

Here’s the thing: Your ministry can submit grant requests that are well-researched, well-written, and have very good chances of being approved.  And it doesn’t require magic!

Imagine foundations that are eager to receive these requests.  This is not hyperbole; it is possible because foundations are led by people who want to make wise grants, and who are eager to use their grant funds for worthy causes and ministries.

For this MIF webinar, program officers from foundations around the country have contributed their best tips and cautions to share with ministry leaders.  Grants experts Amy Karjala (Director of Curriculum Design, MIF) and Anne Calton (Area Director, MI Middle Tennessee), will share these tips and cautions and show you how to establish or improve your own approach to grant-seeking. 

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • Tips for becoming “Grant Ready”
  • Best practices for building lasting partnerships with foundations
  • Techniques for crafting successful grant proposals (including common pitfalls to avoid)
This FREE webinar is a unique opportunity to learn from foundation program officers and grants professionals. Executive directors, board members, development staff, and any staff or volunteers who may be involved in grant seeking all can benefit. Register today!




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