Telling Your Program Story for Grants and Fundraising
Most donors and grantors today want evidence of your program successes or needs. Telling your program story is about gathering, writing about, and visualizing the evidence for your program in ways that demonstrate authenticity and competence. The course will cover | program evaluation methods and terminology | data sources | data visualization in Microsoft Excel | and | help you to put together persuasive and effective proposals. Representatives from local funders will be on hand to give further insight into how well-crafted program stories can help your organization’s bottom line.
This is one course of the UNO Certificate in Fundraising Management offered by the Center for Public Affairs Research. Each course is held on two consecutive days on the UNO Dodge campus in Omaha, from 8:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Cost is $279 and includes materials, lunches, and parking. Courses are pre-approved for 15 continuing education points towards the Certified Fund Raising Executive credential.
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