Excel for Grant Writers

Wed, Feb 03, 2016 at 1pm EDT / 10am PDT

Spreadsheets are valuable and affordable tools that are accessible to any grant proposal writer. Yet, some writers groan at the thought of using Excel or similar programs to work with numbers and other data.

If you are such a grant writer, this webinar will provide a concise introduction (or re-introduction!) to spreadsheets and how to... (continued)

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The Collaboration Menu: Choosing Your Entrée

In an era of growing demand and shrinking budgets, there is no better time for non-profits to explore collaboration as an innovative way to reduce operating expenses while maintaining, or even enhancing services. This resource will help you determine if collaboration is right for you.

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Making Your Business Model Work: Applying a Break-Even Analysis (January 10, 2012)

We give lots of business model advice to our clients. It often takes a general form, such as, “improve the financial performance of this program” or “better align that profitable program to your mission.” However, sometimes a more technical analysis is required to really understand how... (continued)

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CONVERTING THE ENEMY: BUDGETING DURING PLANNING, by Juliana Grenzeback

This essay and 26 others are part of a suite of strategic planning essays for the National Endowment for the Arts' Advancement Program, commissioned and edited by Morrie Warshawski (www.warshawski.com) for a toolkit called LESSONS LEARNED (which was dismantled in 2013).

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SEVEN CHARACTERISTICS OF FINANCIALLY HEALTHY NONPROFITS, by Susan Stevens

This essay and 26 others are part of a suite of strategic planning essays for the National Endowment for the Arts' Advancement Program, commissioned and edited by Morrie Warshawski (www.warshawski.com) for a toolkit called LESSONS LEARNED (which was dismantled in 2013).

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