A Whopping 90% of the People Who Attended This Nonprofit Webinar Rated It As Great to Excellent!
This course is brought to you by a GPA approved trainer. Diane Leonard, GPC is one of only 20 people who is a GPA approved trainer.
How do you tell your organization’s story in only 2,500 characters? 150 words?
How do you create a storyline for the reviewer to follow when you have numerous fillable fields to complete online that may or may not be read in the order that you complete them on the screen?
Online grant applications are here to stay and overall bring a great deal of efficiency to the grant seeking and grantmaking process. However, the process looks and feels less personal.
One of the most common challenges with online applications is how to have your application stand out in a sea of grant applications when you are all faced with the same formatting restrictions and character or word limited requirements.
In “How to Excel in Online Applications and Get the Grant” we will address how to create a concise, compelling and competitive application for online grant application scenarios.
Utilizing previously submitted applications, we will look at specific examples to see what works best to capture your grantmakers’ attention and discuss how to create strong online applications that win the grant for your organization.
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What Attendees Said about This Nonprofit Webinar:
“This was very useful information. Lots of tips that cleared up a confusion I have with writing online character limited proposals”
Robin Balfanz, YWCA Southeast Wisconsin
“Excellent information shared by knowledgable, engaging presenter.”
“As a beginner in the field of Grant writing. this presentation gave some really good tips that can save a bunch of heartache from the get-go!”
Jen DeVries, Bible League International
"She suggested tricks and tools that I never would have thought of."
Sarah Grassilli, Langley Residential Support Services, Inc
“This CharityHowTo webinar opened my eyes to gaps in our data collection of our participants and how vital that data can be in telling our story. Diane Leonard gave me great insight from the grant reviews perspective and that perspective will help me present our goals in a unique way to show our impact in the lives of each camper and in our community. Thank you Diane and CharityHowTo for another amazing and enriching webinar!”
Katie Keith, Zephyr Point Presbyterian Conference Center
“Great insight and information to make improvement to my online proposals”
“I've done several online applications, but Diane actually had several things that I believe can be implemented to make the process both easier and better.”
Barbara Bock, Chanicleer
“Diane was excellent, thorough, engaging and certainly made me re-strategize about how I submit my next online application; she provided some excellent tips being successful in submitting my online grants i.e. start reading your application out of order, master your elevator pitch, use variety of descriptive words, and most importantly - stay away from the acronyms.”
“Excellent tools provided.”
Mike Conaway, The Healing Bridge Clinic
“Diane is so informative about grant writing. I've now taken 3 webinars of hers and I have walked away learning something new from every one.”
Erin Camfield, Brehm Preparatory School
“I'd rate Diane much higher than "5" if the opportunity were available!”
Debbie McDevitt , Parisi House on the Hill
“Diane was dynamic and easy to listen to! She had a lot of great tips that I think will really benefit me as a grant writer and my organization.”
Jessica Goodkind, Feeding Northeast Florida
About Your Topic Expert
Diane H. Leonard, GPC is a Grant Professional Certified (GPC) and Approved Trainer for the Grant Professionals Association. Diane has personally secured more than $62.1 million dollars since founding DH Leonard Consulting & Grant Writing Services in 2006 in competitive grant funds for its clients. When not working with her team on grant applications for clients, Diane can be found in the 1000 Islands, out for a run, or drinking a strong cup of coffee.