Most people think grants are a straightforward and siloed process – applications, reports, attachments (rinse and repeat). However, you are missing out on some gems of information if you aren’t paying attention, which is important during these fiscally prudent times. Not only are grants full of useful language about the organization and its programs, but can be used for marketing materials, data gathering, board reports, and other fundraising collateral. During this session, Rachel Werner of RBW Strategy and Jennie Miller of JAM Nonprofit Consulting (and RBW Strategy Associate) will show you the many ways in which grants language can be repurposed. Let’s get creative and learn some new skills in the process!
Rachel Werner, RBW Strategy
Jennie Miller, JAM Nonprofit Consulting (and RBW Strategy Associate)
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Amount of Recommended CPE: 1 hour
Type of Delivery Method: Group-Internet
Learning Objective: Participants will walk away with a better understanding of ways in which grants language can be re-purposed.
Program Level: Basic
Advanced Preparation: None