Foundation/Private Funding: Top Ten Expert Tips
Over-reliance on federal funding is risky. One federal grant can fund your entire research, but lose your grant and all of your research money is gone. This makes the need for diversifying your funding sources with foundation and private grants essential to your success.
Identifying, securing and managing foundation and private funding can be time consuming and a logistical nightmare. For example, unlike federal grants, private funding sources don’t all have the same application rules. Usually, each grantor has slightly different guidelines making applying for these grants a real challenge.
However, even though foundation and private funding applications and management is a pain, monetarily it can really be worth it.
That's where private funding expert, John Greenhoe, CFRE, can help. During his opportunity-driven 60-minute on-demand training session, you’ll receive proven, step-by-step tactics that will help you initiate, cultivate and solicit relationships with foundations and other private benefactors. You’ll learn how to secure additional money for your research and diversify your funding sources to reduce your risk.
This must-watch online training will provide you with new funding ideas that really work. You’ll be able to identify and acquire new funding, and learn how to maximize your positive outcomes. Don't delay, sign up today!
By taking advantage of this expert-led online training, you'll receive new cutting-edge tips to help you secure more private money for your research, along with John’s most effective foundation and private funding methods.
John Greenhoe, CFRE, has worked in the foundation fundraising field for more than 18 years and is a leading authority. As Director of Major Gifts at Western Michigan University, Greenhoe has a proven track record of successfully soliciting foundation gifts in the six and seven figure range. Much of his efforts have focused on attracting funding from small and family-based foundations with little or no previous relationship with the University, leading to the establishment of numerous new philanthropic affiliations. John is also popular domestic and international speaker on foundation philanthropy, having led well-received talks in the US, Italy and New Zealand.