Webinars: Online Grant Proposal Development, Planning, Writing, Grant Management, and more!

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Want to learn more about grants but short on time?

Boost your knowledge quickly with our engaging grant webinars! These info-packed nuggets of knowledge focus on crucial topics delivered at a speedy yet comfortable pace. Sit back, relax, and let us make learning easy for you.

Webinars are 60 or 90 minutes and include 10 to 15 minutes of Q & A.

Cost is $79 standard, $69 for alumni (contact for details), $149 for groups of 2-10 people. Whether you select 'live' or 'on-demand' format, you'll have 60 days to replay and enjoy the recording.

 

Live Webinar Sessions

Watch live, ask questions, and get responses in real time from an expert trainer. 

 

 

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How to Create a Budget for your Grant Proposal
September 30, 11 a.m. PT

The program budget is a high-stakes, make-it-or-break-it section of your grant proposal. A thorough, logical budget is sure to increase your odds of winning a grant, while an incomplete or confusing budget is just as likely to sink your chances. Even if numbers aren’t your strong suit, the budget must be sound.

Cost:
$79 standard
$69 Alumni (contact for details)
$149 for groups of 2-10 people

Duration
45 minute presentation
plus 15 minutes of Q&A

Recording
Video available for 60 days

This webinar shows you how to hammer out a well-reasoned and thorough budget that tells the same story as your narrative, but in the language of dollars. Topics include: what to put in the budget; how to ensure that the budget is complete; how to establish line item amounts; how to justify the budget; and more!

Trainer: Linda J. Boedeker

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Continue the Impact! How to Tackle Sustainability in Your Proposal
October 28, 11 a.m. PT

You’re seeking grant funds to operate an urgently needed community program. Unless your organization wins a grant, it can’t tackle the problem because it can’t foot the bill. You don’t have the money to run the program without the grant, but the funder wants you to explain how you’ll continue the program's impact once the grant ends! It’s a catch-22. Right?

Cost:
$79 standard
$69 Alumni (contact for details)
$149 for groups of 2-10 people

Duration
45 minute presentation
plus 15 minutes of Q&A

Recording
Video available for 60 days

Answering the dreaded sustainability question is a common hurdle in grant proposal writing, and this short online course shows you how to handle it. We'll cover the essential steps of 1) gathering & assessing data 2) identifying what produces impact 3) developing a plan to sustain successful components 4) and how to implement your plan.

Trainer: Linda J. Boedeker

 

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How to Find Grantmakers to Fund Your Cause
November 18, 11 a.m. PT

To win a grant, you need to submit the right proposal to the right funder for the right amount. But just how are you supposed to figure that out? Approaching any foundation you can find may seem like a good idea, but you need a focused strategy yields for real results! Learn a thorough, methodical way to identify funders that are most likely to be interested in your work.

Cost:
$79 standard
$69 Alumni (contact for details)
$149 for groups of 2-10 people

Duration
45 minute presentation
plus 15 minutes of Q&A

Recording
Video available for 60 days

In this webinar, you’ll learn how to 1) find funders that are most likely to support your work, 2) use logical research tools to figure out the amount to request, and 3) turn your funder research into a practical, doable plan of action for securing grant funding. Find funders that align with your cause and see better results, faster!

Trainer: Christine K. Black, MLS

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Full participation in the “How to Find Grantmakers to Fund Your Cause” webinar is applicable for 1.0 points in Category 1.B - Education of the CFRE International application for initial certification and/or recertification.
 
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Are we really helping? Create Evaluations that Win Grants
December 16, 11 a.m. PT

An evaluation plan is not just an end-of-the-project test you either pass or fail. It provides you with the information you need to make decisions, chart course corrections, and measure the real impact of your program. When you need to make the case for sustaining your work after the grant ends, evaluation data is one of the best tools you can have.

Cost:
$79 standard
$69 Alumni (contact for details)
$149 for groups of 2-10 people

Duration
45 minute presentation
plus 15 minutes of Q&A

Recording
Video available for 60 days

In this webinar, you’ll learn what should be included in an evaluation plan, exactly how that plan relates to the program design, and how to explain the evaluation in your grant proposal. We’ll also walk you through developing an evaluation plan and show you how the data it produces can be used for continuous program improvement.

Trainer: AJ King

On Demand Webinars

Can't make a live session? Watch our library of pre-recorded, on demand webinars, 24/7! 

 

How to Find Grantmakers
to Fund Your Cause
— On Demand —

Learn a thorough, methodical way to identify funders that are most likely to be interested in your work. Determine the amount to request from each funder and turn your research into a plan of action for submitting grant proposals. This one-hour webinar will make your grant proposal writing efforts more efficient!

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Continue the Impact! How to Tackle Sustainability in Your Proposal
— On Demand —

You can't run the program without the grant, but the funder wants to know how you’ll continue the program’s impact once the grant ends! It’s a catch-22. Right? This online grant training will show you how to handle the dreaded sustainability question by developing a program plan focused on continued impact.

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How to Create a Budget
for Your Grant Proposal
— On Demand —

The program budget is one of the most important parts of your grant proposal. Nail it and you increase your chances of winning a grant, leave it incomplete and you may ruin your chances altogether. Learn to draft a thorough budget that tells the same story as your narrative, but in the language of dollars.
 

 

Understanding Indirect Costs,
an Introduction
— On Demand —

It’s crucial for organizations to secure adequate funding for indirect expenses. This webinar defines indirect costs, explains why they matter, introduces basic principles, and provides pointers to advocate for full-cost funding. This clear, no-jargon presentation will give you a handle on indirect costs and it’s a great place to start!

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A Deeper Dive into Indirect Costs
— On Demand —

Sufficient funding for indirect costs is essential to your organization’s long-term health. But when it comes to this often-misunderstood category of expenses, it’s important to know the dos and don’ts that come into play when implementing grant-funded programs.
 
 

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When You're the Funder
— On Demand —

When operating grant-funded programs, you’ll often pass some of the funds on to other organizations that will do part of the work. In fed-speak, this makes your organization a pass-through entity and your partners subrecipients. Managing subgrants is serious business with copious requirements for federal awards.
 

 

What the Beginning Grants Manager Needs to Know
— On Demand —

Winning grants is only the beginning. This webinar shows new grant managers how to setup internal controls, rules and regulations, roles within your organization, and much more. Adopt the grant management mindset you need to keep your team on target and everything running smoothly.
 

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Are We Really Helping? Create Evaluations That Win Grants!
— On Demand —

A strong evaluation isn't just a one time event, it's an ongoing process. Learn about the different types of evaluation, how to tie an evaluation plan to your logic model, the uses of quantitative and qualitative data, and why you should evaluate both the program process and the outcomes.
 
 

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Win grants! 4 Steps to
Become a Top Competitor
— On Demand —

Learn the four steps of competitiveness and become a formidable contender for grant funding with this grant webinar. Set yourself up for success before you even start writing your grant proposals. Examine your organization's strengths and weaknesses with our self assessment tool.

 

3 Keys to Unlock Funding: Problem, Outcome, Methods
— On Demand —

Winning a grant requires more than an idea and a good narrative. You’ve got to make a logical, compelling argument by defining the Problems, Outcomes, and Methods of the issue you want to solve. This can be trickier than it seems! Simplify the process by learning our framework and see greater success with your proposals.
 

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How to Strengthen Your Grant
Proposal With a Logic Model
— On Demand —

Just what is a logic model anyway? Learn to use this versatile tool to design great programs, develop winning grant proposals, and evaluate programs once they’re funded. Connect the threads between need, programming, and impact, so you can win the grants necessary to make positive change in your community.

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The Grantsmanship Center is focused on your grant proposal success, helping you get started and seeing your work through to completion. From proposal writing basics to grant management strategy, each webinar provides you with specific, detailed information about some of the most important grant-related topics.

Webinars are so easy--no classes to attend and all sessions are in compact, info-filled virtual learning events. This means you can fit webinars around your schedule using your time to learn some of the finer points and best practices for writing effective grant proposals.

Online grant proposal writing webinars are mini-workshops for the busy non-profit professional

Each online learning event includes a 45-minute presentation and a 15-minute Q&A session so you can get instant feedback. Can’t watch a webinar at the scheduled time or want to review the material? All registrants receive access to a recording of the course for 60 days.

We pride ourselves on providing true experts in the field for your benefit. Each webinar is developed and delivered by a trainer that has taught hundreds of grant workshops and courses and won millions of dollars of funding. Learn more about our training staff.

Training courses and workshops that are affordable, effective and convenient

Webinars start at just $79 for a single attendee or $149 for a group of 2-10 people. Whether you’re new to the world of grants or a seasoned pro, our webinars can help you and your team get ahead!

Our mission is to give private and public nonprofit organizations the tools and knowledge for securing grant funding to improve communities. This includes the early stages of planning and preparing to write the proposal culminating in ;the writing itself, as well as strategies to manage the grant once its awarded. The Grantsmanship Center’s courses and workshops are based on our specialist, expert knowledge of the process, expertise acquired while leading the field for nearly 50 years. We offer practical advice and guidance to give your nonprofit the best chance of success.

Discover more and get started on your journey today

We have a ton of resources to help you learn the whole process for writing successful grant proposals. (There's much more to it than writing! That's why we don't use the misnomer 'grantwriting.') Simply answer a few simple questions and we can point you to the best tools to help you get underway. Our simple questionnaire will guide you to the most suitable resources in our catalogue. From there you can sign up for courses and take the first steps to write a grant proposal from planning to through completion--making positive impact in your community!

You can also get in touch with our team and we'll be happy to discuss your requirements and help you choose the right course. Email is the best way to connect with one of our team members: info@tgci.com. We'll be happy to answer any questions you may have and provide all the information you need to make an informed decision.