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Demystifying the Grants Lifecycle: Grant Seeking Lessons and Pro-tips from the Field
Grants are an integral piece of many nonprofit budgets. Yet finding, acquiring, and maintaining grants can often feel challenging and mysterious, especially when you have more limited grant writing experience. This session will help demystify all five phases of the grants lifecycle: identifying well-aligned prospects, cultivating funder relationships, preparing compelling submissions, maintaining grants through stewarding and reporting, and submitting renewals.

Learning Objectives:

- Understand all the phases of the grants lifecycle – even those that don’t rely on writing skills

- Learn tips, tricks, and pitfalls to avoid in each phase to secure the grant funds needed to fulfill your mission and be the change

- Gain confidence in your ability to put together a grants game plan for your nonprofit

This webinar will be recorded for future viewing. If you can't make it, go ahead and register anyway. You'll receive the recording a little later.

>> THIS WEBINAR WILL BE LIMITED TO 1,000 LIVE ATTENDEES <<

Sep 30, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Rachel Sacks, MPH
Presenter
Rachel Sacks, MPH has 15 years of experience writing successful grants for health and human services nonprofits. As President of Leading Healthy Futures, she helps her clients conceptualize, define, and actualize new ideas for grant opportunities and partnerships, and is adept at translating complex information into easily understandable language for lay audiences. Since 2018, over 83% of the grants written by the LHF team were awarded, amounting to more than $25 million in awarded dollars to their nonprofit clients. Rachel’s work with stakeholders across the health field has provided her with a broad perspective on the challenges and opportunities the sector faces. Her prior experience includes time at the Illinois Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, Chicago Department of Public Health, and Center for Jewish Genetics. Rachel graduated Cum Laude from Northwestern University with a BA in History and Science in Human Culture, and holds a Master of Public Health from UIC.
Steven Shattuck
Host @Bloomerang