Grant Writing 201: Finding Grants July 20, 2022, 11:00am MST July 20, 2022, 12:30pm MST

As a follow up series to Grant Writing 101, this series educates participants on the art of grant finding, as well as the different types of funding available.

The presenter will show participants different resources that can be used to conduct grant research and how to estimate the amount of funding a nonprofit organization may need. By the end of the series, participants will have the confidence and knowledge to start their grant funding research.

  • Locate grants by utilizing information and processes learned through the class
  • Identify the different types of contributions the nonprofit can accept: either through donations, memberships, fundraising events, and fees -- that are considered primary to its operation
  • Estimate how much to ask for by learning the process of evaluating expenses and support required
  • Analyze and compare the differences in Fundraising and Philanthropy
  • Examine revenue streams through organizations that provide products and services such as Guidestar


About the Presenter(s)

Carol Farabee

Carol has worked 27 years in Corporate America and 18 years as a University Professor teaching technology, management, leadership and entrepreneurship. She has taught technical writing, thesis, and research methods and is currently a writing coach for several authors. She has multiple business and is founder and co-founder of several nonprofits.

Business people reading a grant document