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June 17, 2011

How to Contact Grantmakers and Get Results

Whenever possible, grantseekers are advised to contact a grantmaker before sending a proposal. Preparing for that initial contact and determining what to say is all part of building a relationship with a prospective funder. Poor preparation—or lack of it—can undermine your efforts and even your organization.

Marilyn HoytLearn what to do (and not to do) in order to make a memorable and positive first impression at our free live Q&A online chat Monday, June 20, 1-2pm ET. Marilyn Hoyt, nonprofit executive, consultant, and trainer, will answer questions about the right and wrong ways to approach grantmakers during all stages of the funding request process. Tap her expertise and share your own experiences. We devote most of the hour to your questions and comments!

Register for the live event at GrantSpace.

 

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I had always wanted to learn about this topic ... I think it's great the way you expose .. great work and continuing on with this great blog

I've register my event at GrantSpace and I was pleasantly amazed and surprised by the great organization! Thanks for it!

Whenever possible, grantseekers are advised to contact a grantmaker before sending a proposal. Preparing for that initial contact and determining what to say is all part of building a relationship with a prospective funder.

grantseekers are advised to contact a grantmaker before sending a proposal. Preparing for that initial contact and determining what to say is all part of building a relationship with a prospective funder

Tap her expertise and share your own experiences. We devote most of the hour to your questions and comments!

Tap her expertise and share your own experiences. We devote most of the hour to your questions and comments!

When is the next chat session?

I missed your workshop, can you send information from that session to my email address,

Missed your information; is there another source?
Penny Powell
Grants Make Cents
grantsmakecents@gmail.com

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