We have the experience and skills to help you understand the ins and outs of finding grants. This can be a tedious job and if you are not sure how to do it, you can waste literally hundreds of hours.
WEGO will analyze your mission and projects and show you how to find grants that fit your organization. We will help you find the best fit grants so you stop writing the same solicitation letter to hundreds of foundations or funding sources. We will help you strategize and prioritize your time so you can find the best fit grants, while increasing your competitive edge in securing grants and funding.
If you are tired of sending out tons of grant applications and getting rejections, this workshop is for you. Why? You probably are not finding the best fit funding sources.
This is the workshop for you if:
- you feel like there are thousands of grants out there but don’t know how to find them;
- you are a grant writer but want some additional tips, guidance, or direction; or
- you are always missing grant deadlines and are not sure how to track them.
- the different types of grants
- tips and tools on how to best use Grants.gov
- how to use GuideStar and Grants.gov to find the best fit foundations
- where to find local grant and contract opportunities
What you will get:
- In-person time for questions and answers
- A better understanding of grant research
- 15% discount on WEGO courses
- A grant research handbook and templates to track grants
- You will identify a minimum of five (5) grant funding opportunties for your nonprofit
- WEGO Grant Research Certificate
Grant research can be cumbersome and expensive. If you are not sure how to navigate Grants.gov, GuideStar, or other data platforms, it can definitely feel like you are in a void. This workshop will give you a step-by-step system to know - within minutes - if a grant is a good fit or not, and how to find the most competitive grants available for your organization. It will also give you the templates to track grants. We will look at federal grants, foundation grants, and local state and city contracts. This course speaks mainly to nonprofit organizations, schools, municipalities, and religious institutions seeking grants from foundation, corporate, local government, federal government, and individual donors. It's also an excellent introduction for individuals wishing to become grant writing or research consultants or community grant writing volunteers. No matter who you are or what level of experience you have, you'll find The Grant Research System will help you understand where to find grants and how navigate complex databases in simple ways.
Sign up today: Contact Holly at firstname.lastname@example.org