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PRE-AWARD GRANT READINESS

Thompson Grants

Once a grant opportunity is announced, the clock starts ticking on your application. During this pre-award time, you’ve got to pull together everything from financials and policies to perspective on your culture, infrastructure, leadership and Board of Directors. Assembling all this information can take time. So can weaving it together into a compelling story. That’s why you can’t wait until Continue Reading

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Grants 201: Prospect Research

Assel Grant Services

Grants 201: Prospect Research Session 1 of the Grants 201 Series   Identifying grant-funding sources is just the first step in the research process. This session will teach you how to qualify your research and create a grant calendar that focuses on your best prospects. This session will also discuss how to facilitate or supervise research being done by an Continue Reading

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LESSONS LEARNED FROM CARES ACT ADMINISTRATION AND NEXT STEPS FOR GRANTEES

Thompson Grants

It has been nearly one year since the CARES Act was signed into law.  During this time, grantees seen different implementation methods, identified new risks and new complexities with risks long associated with federal funding. Now, grantees must account for CARES Act-funded activities. They must also plan next steps amid a new round of COVID-19 relief programs. How can the Continue Reading

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Federal Grants: Pursuing Federal Grants

Assel Grant Services

Federal Grants: Pursuing Federal Grants Session 1 of the Federal Grants Series   What You’ll Learn: Examine major trends in federal funding and how to find appropriate grant opportunities for your organization as an awardee or as a partner agency Examine key similarities and differences between foundation and federal grants Learn about whether federal grants are more difficult to manage Continue Reading

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Ethics Series: Grant Ethics Codes of Conduct

Assel Grant Services

Ethics: Grant Ethics Codes of Conduct: What Do They Say and Why are They Different Session 1 of the Ethics Series   Ethics in grants can be a hot-button discussion, but what does it mean to be an ethical grant professional? In this first session on grant ethics, we discuss the three most common ethical codes followed by grant professionals Continue Reading

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Ethics Series: Grant Ethics for Prospect Research and Funder Relationships

Assel Grant Services

Ethics: Grant Ethics for Prospect Research and Funder Relationships Session 2 of the Ethics Series   Have you ever been uncomfortable applying to a foundation which didn’t seem to really match your organization’s profile? Many nonprofit professionals are pressured into writing to foundations who don’t match their giving history. This may be because someone knows someone on the board or Continue Reading

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Federal Grants: Federal Find and Fit

Assel Grant Services

Federal Grants: Federal Find and Fit Session 2 of the Federal Grants Series   Applying for federal grants can be daunting. Between the broad and changing range of federal funding and making sure that what you do find is actually a good match for your organization, it’s easy to feel out of your depth. In this webinar, Julie Assel, GPC, Continue Reading

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Federal Grants: Relationships with Program Officers and Legislators

Assel Grant Services

Federal Grants: Relationships with Program Officers and Legislators Session 3 of the Federal Grants Series   Many development professionals are uncomfortable with federal grants because they don’t feel there are relationships to cultivate like there are with foundation grants. While each federal department is different, there are relationships that all nonprofits can cultivate to increase their success with federal grants. Continue Reading

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Grants 101: Relationships with Grant Funders

Assel Grant Services

Grants 101: Relationships with Grant Funders Session 2 of the Grants 101 Series   Beyond the Writing: How to cultivate and maintain meaningful relationships with grant funders Many agencies make the mistake of not treating grant funders as they do their major individual and/or corporate donors. This is understandable, especially with larger foundations, given the formal nature of requesting funds Continue Reading

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