How to get larger grants: no more waiting on local foundations to give you grant money
Grant money is available for arts, animals, human services, sports & recreation, education, women, veterans, children and faith-based programs.
Every Southwest Floridian has hit the same problem: you don’t know how to write compelling grant proposals that connect your mission to foundation guidelines, expectations, requirements and approval processes. You have an even greater challenge – you can’t find an email or phone number for a grant maker that you want to get in touch with.
We’ve been there, which is why we’ve created a NEW program to put you directly in touch with the top U.S. foundation executives and program officers.
Raising money through grants can be a struggle if you don’t know where to go. You can now gain greater access to national foundations who want to fund your program, if you have a strong grant proposal, by joining the Grants Partnership Program. This is a great opportunity to get your grant proposal in front of the top grant decision-makers in your field.
Not only can we provide research to help you connect with the best grant funders, we also provide training on how to build your skill base in writing successful proposals. Leverage our network of funder contacts who can give you the next grant to fund your program.
Some Foundations Include:
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
And many more private, corporate & family foundations.
The Grants Partnership Program kicks off with a special ‘Grant Proposal Writing’ training session, Wednesday, August 30, from 8:30am to 12 noon, Faith Presbyterian Church, 4544 Coronado Parkway, Cape Coral, FL 33904.
To qualify, you must apply for the Grants Partnership Program, call (239) 542-5594, or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org – Contact us immediately to request a registration form.
The Grants Partnership Program is a staff development program for nonprofits who want to go to the next level and not rely primarily on fundraising events to fund their mission. The program is normally $1,000. Due to the generosity of community donors, the program is offered at only $500 (50% discount). This includes 6 powerful training sessions. Space is limited. Applications will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis.
“The Global Center for Generosity at Cape Coral Foundation is a corporate and foundation relations department for nonprofits who want greater access to grant dollars. They are streamlining the entire grant-seeking process to create a more rewarding process for nonprofits and foundations.” – Wayne Weaver, Philanthropy Advisor and Cause Marketing Consultant