Seven Key Steps to Effective Grant Management

Lawrenceville, New Jersey
Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Seven Key Steps to Effective Grant Management
Tuesday, July 13, 2010 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM (Eastern Time)

Princeton Area Community Foundation
15 Princess Road
Lawrenceville, New Jersey 08648
United States

Map and Directions
After you have secured that important grant, this workshop will provide the techniques for getting the most out of the dollars. 

In addition, grantors are demanding higher returns for their contributions in terms of impact and outcomes. We will guide you through the ‘7 Steps of Effective Grant Management’ so that grantors could continue funding your program.

We will cover:
•   Why an effective grant management function attracts multi-year funding
•   Funders are keen on outcome measures not output measures…you will learn to differentiate them in your grant application
•   How to get the most out of grant dollars while balancing limited resources
•   How to strengthen internal controls and establish a system of compliance
•   Techniques for securing capacity building grants


•   Executive directors
•   Grant writers
•   Program managers/directors


Facilitators:


VERNON BRAMBLE, CAE, is President of Bramble & Associates, and has more than 30 years of corporate experience, including financial leadership positions at Grumman Corporation, The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, The New York Academy of Sciences, and Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic.

His consulting expertise includes business growth and turnarounds, transformational change, strategic planning and product development, organizational leadership, staff development, board and
committee training and development and financial management.

Jodi Button is President of JCB & Associates, a consultancy practice focused on the strategic leadership, project management and capacity building of nonprofit organizations. Major recent projects have included directing the Making Poverty History in Chester County, PA Task Force (addressing economic self-sufficiency and poverty eradication) and the Learners to Leaders: Civic Engagement of Older Adults Initiative (linking the expertise of volunteers with collaborative community building). She is also involved in ongoing public speaking engagements, workshop facilitation and community advocacy efforts throughout the region.


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Contact Information

  • 917-522-8321
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