This 90-minute workshop provides an overview of the process that nonprofit organizations can use to design new programs and projects, or present existing ones, as the basis of their funding initiatives. Using a planning tool known as a logic model, it helps grantwriters apply proven strategies to show funders why key programs deserve their support.
Participants will learn how to use a logic model to:
- Describe the program’s overall role and structure within your organization
- Outline the program’s intended outcomes, methods and activities, and a realistic itemized budget for potential funders and partners
- Create a proactive plan for tracking, measuring, and evaluating results
- Determine the cost-per-outcome metrics for use in grant proposals / fundraising appeals, outreach materials, and donor reports
- Prepare key program and funding-related information commonly requested in grant applications
Who Should Attend: Anyone who plans programs or creates budgets for organizations, and / or uses the information to seek funding for their programs.
Cost: $30 includes the 90-minute workshop and document templates that participants can customize to help plan and develop grant proposals to serve their organizations’ specific needs.
Instructor: Nonprofit Works president Paul Mastrodonato has helped nonprofit organizations plan programs and secure funding from foundations, corporations, and government agencies for over 30 years. Paul’s presentation style is known for being informative, interactive, relaxed, and fun.