Webinar - The Role of Grants in Capital Campaigns
- How do you decide which funders to approach and when?
- Should you cannibalize your current funders?
- How do you write outcomes for capital campaigns?
- Do you write about raising the money, the building of the building, or the programs that are happening in the building? Is the answer all three?
- How grants fit in with the overall capital campaign pyramid and timeline.
- How to strategize which funders to approach, and when in the campaign is the best time to approach them.
- How to build a case statement that evolves over time as the groundbreaking draws near.
- How to describe capital expenditures as budget details goes from scarce to detailed.
- How to answer questions about the capital campaign, construction, and program outcomes.
- What contractual services are the most commonly available to support the grant portion of capital campaigns.
A program of the Grant Writing Series.
Our presenter is Julie Assel, GPC, President & CEO of Assel Grant Services, an industry-leading consulting firm based in Kansas City specializing in grant research, proposal creation and grant management for nonprofits, school districts, and institutions of higher education. Julie has a varied background in grant writing including writing for school districts of varying sizes, universities, and non-profit organizations. She has written awarded grants totaling more than $138 million since 2003.