This recorded course is brought to you by a GPA-approved trainer. Diane Leonard, GPC is one of only 20 GPA-approved trainers.
There is no doubt, to be done successfully, grant research takes critical time away from effective grant writing and grant relationship development and maintenance. However, without the appropriate amount of time spent on grant research, your relationship-building efforts and especially your grant writing work will fall flat!
In this recorded webinar, we will discuss how to best use the variety of tools available for foundation research in order to create and support your grant seeking plan and strategy. We will look at opportunities for discounts or short-term access to reduce grant research expenses while supercharging your results from the research.
We will also address the key role that your colleagues should play in the grant research process and how to get them excited and engaged to help keep their eyes open for grant opportunities.
During This Free Nonprofit Webinar Recording You Will Learn:
- How to utilize a variety of free tools to conduct grant research.
- How to access discounts for grant research tools.
- How to engage your colleagues in the grant research process.
- How to quickly assess new short-term RFPs to determine if you will be competitive.
This Free Nonprofit Webinar Recording is Perfect For You If…
- Proactive grant research is not a part of your current grant-seeking process.
- Your grant research is limited to what you can find on Google.
- You are new to grant seeking and aren’t sure what information to focus on in all of the databases.
You’ll Get These BONUS Materials:
- You get a free CharityHowTo account
- Your slides will be added to your free CharityHowTo library
- The webinar recording will be added to your CharityHowTo library.
- When logged in you can browse and add other FREE items to your CharityHowTo library.
- You can access and view your webinar recordings and slides anytime, anywhere.
Diane is specifically qualified to teach this webinar because:
- She is a Grant Professional Certified (GPC).
- She is an approved Trainer for the Grant Professionals Association.
- She began her career as a grantmaker.
- She has raised over $95.5 million for clients.
- She has trained over 69,206 professionals since 2006.
Diane H. Leonard, GPC, RST is a Grant Professional Certified (GPC), Approved Trainer of the Grant Professionals Association, and a Registered Scrum Trainer.
Diane began her career as a Program Officer for a state-wide grantmaking organization and she continues to serve as a reviewer for a variety of grantmaking organizations. Since 2006, when she formed DH Leonard Consulting, Diane and her team have secured more than $98 million dollars in competitive grant awards and Diane has personally trained more than 69,978 nonprofit professionals.
When not working with her team, Diane can be found in the 1000 Islands, out for a run, or drinking a strong cup of coffee.
What Attendees Said about This Nonprofit Webinar:
“This webinar on supercharging grant research was informative, easy to understand, and offered accessible options for nonprofits that can't access grant search engines yet. I absolutely loved this webinar, and definitely walked away knowing more than I did before I attended it. I feel confident in my ability to supercharge my grant research!”
Pamela Padilla, Latino Network
“The speaker was very knowledgeable and presented information in an easy to learn/read manner. The content was very valuable offering expert tips for those of use just beginning the process of writing grants. I'd recommend any webinar that Ms. Leonard was hosting.”
“As a newcomer to grant research and writing, I needed simple but useful tips and information to get me started. The "Supercharge Your Grant Research" free webinar provided concise and practical steps that I will use immediately for my nonprofit.”
“Grant research can be so overwhelming, especially if it's not your full-time job. Diane cut right to the chase with practical tips to save time, effort, and stress!”
“This Webinar provided a comprehensive overview of the grant process and research tools available while emphasizing the importance of research, research, research in the grant process.”
Lorie Barzano, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Texas
“This webinar provided very beneficial information and new ideas and avenues of conducting research for grant opportunities. By attending this webinar, I now have additional tools in my toolkit to assist my organization with a deeper dive into the research of available funding organizations and opportunities. It was a concise information packed webinar that I am very happy I was able to attend.”
“As a recent graduate looking for opportunities to learn and network during this difficult time in the worlds' history, CharityHowTo's webinars have been a great resource to familiarize myself with a vast range of topics, and learn about nonprofit organization and management.”
“Diane Leonard was extremely knowledgeable and very passionate about her work and the information she was sharing today! I enjoyed listening and taking notes. The use of keywords, as she suggested, made perfect sense. Thank you for this impactful learning experience.”
“I think that Diane Leonard demonstrates her clear consciousness on how to think through grant-related processes, and her insights on how to use available tools is very valuable.”
Joy Tang, Destiny Arts Center
“I am new to the Development Director role and I found this webinar to be extremely helpful and provide practical steps. I am grateful for the various platforms given to search for grants and the tips to apply each step. My favorite step was the "beverage rule" and knowing when to walk away and gain a fresher perspective.”
Brooke Henderson, Legacy Counseling Center, Inc.
“Diane is so personable and such a pro! That makes her easy to listen to and makes what she says memorable. She's thorough, considerate and clearly wants to give her best. Her high standards and the quality of the information she imparts are much appreciated!”
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