Session 3: Navigating the World of Grants
StarkMHAR, United Way of Greater Stark County, and Sisters of Charity Foundation of Canton.
Who should attend:
Individuals who are involved in existing nonprofits responsible for grant writing and fundraising within their organization.
Providing a summary overview of our capacity-building workshops, Navigating the World of Grants will share information on demonstrating your organizational impact, developing your case statement of need, a live demonstration of how to use the Foundation Directory to find grants, tips on building funder relationships, and a discussion about sustainability. A 15-minute networking session will be offered during a scheduled break period. The presentation will end with our panel of nonprofit Executive Directors who have experience in navigating the world of grants and have increased their grant revenue by following the strategies and best practices to be shared at this event.
First Christian Church – Heritage Hall
Thursday, October 5, 2023
8:00 AM – 10:00 AM – doors open at 7:30 AM
A continental breakfast will be provided which includes an assortment of pastries, coffee, and water.
Parking is free.
This is a free workshop.
Continuing Education Units:
Registration closes on September 28 or when the capacity of 100 is reached
(Last session reached capacity in under 2 weeks. Do not wait to register)
Dawn Moeglin, Principal at Full-Circle Fundraising LLC
Dawn Moeglin, CEO/Principal of Full-Circle Fundraising LLC has over 25 years of experience in fund development, nonprofit strategic planning, and marketing. Starting her career by prospecting, researching, writing, and managing grants for nonprofits, schools, and government agencies, she has successfully obtained millions of dollars from federal, state, and local funders. Since 1995, Dawn has honed her skills in marketing and sales, branding, training, website development, strategic planning, public relations, and community engagement. In 2020, she came full circle to return to her passion, helping organizations to reach their goals so they can best serve others.
Working with the limited resources available to most nonprofits and small businesses, Dawn has developed a unique ability to evaluate system processes. Removing redundancies and using existing technologies to improve processes while reducing costs, she provides training and executive coaching, system development, and CRM oversite after careful analysis of existing challenges and in cooperation with leadership to ensure goals are met.
Panelists: (bios to come)
Amanda Anschutz, Executive Director, Compassion Delivered
Laurie Cramer, Executive Director, The Autism Society of Greater Akron
Shelley Sprang, Executive Director, Pegasus Farm