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Proposal Analysis in Grantmaking Workshop

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Thursday, June 20, 2019 - 8:00am to Friday, June 21, 2019 - 5:00pm MDT
Community First Foundation, Meeting Space, 5855 Wadsworth Bypass Unit A Arvada, CO 80003
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The Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy 
Proposal Analysis in Grantmaking

Regular rate: $1,200
Deadline to register: Thursday, June 6

Proposal Analysis in Grantmaking explores foundation strategies and focuses on the essential skills of grantmaking, including proposal review, due diligence, recommendations, and other core program officer competency areas. This two-day course provides you with an understanding of how proposal analysis contributes to your foundation's broader strategy along with the necessary tools and methods to conduct a thorough proposal review and grantmaking process. If you have questions about this specific program, please contact Jaser Alsharhan.

What you’ll learn in this course:

·         Foundation mission, strategy, and culture
·         Implicit bias and advancing racial equity in grantmaking
·         Methods for assessing proposals efficiently
·         Conducting due diligence and managing risk
·         How to structure grants and leverage assets beyond grantmaking
·         Grant write-ups and agreements
·         How to monitor grants and managing reporting
·         Different approaches and methods to evaluation
·         How to ensure transparent and ethical behavior
·         Grantee relationship management and communications

Instructors:

Caroline Altman Smith
Deputy Director, Education at The Kresge Foundation

Jason Franklin
W.K. Kellogg Chair for Community Philanthropy, Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy at Grand Valley State University

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