Meeting Archive:
FREE The 2017 State of Grantseeking: Trends from the Report (NEW)

Meeting Description:
In the nonprofit world, benchmarking is the process of comparing one's organization — both processes and performance metrics — to industry bests. This 45-minute webinar offers you a chance to compare your organization to over 3,300 other organizations, and to see trends in the grantseeking arena.
In addition, the webinar addresses questions such as:

  • Which funder types are most likely to support my organization?

  • What is a reasonable level of funding to expect for my organization?

  • Does my region, budget, location, or mission focus affect my organization's ability to be awarded grants?

  • What are the recent trends in grantseeking and how can I use knowledge of those trends to my organization's advantage?

We at GrantStation sincerely hope that the State of Grantseeking™ Reports help you in planning for 2017 - 2018, and in managing the expectations of your stakeholders—board members, donors, and the community at large. This no-cost webinar will be held on Wednesday, February 22, 2017.
Date: Wed, Feb 22, 2017
Time: 02:00 PM EST
Duration: 45 minutes
Host(s): Sara Kennedy
 Presenter Information
Ellen Mowrer - President
Speaker Photo

Ellen works with both clients and the GrantStation team in program adoption and management; marketing, promotions, and social media; business planning, analysis, and reporting; and The State of Grantseeking™ Survey and Reports.
Ellen brings over 30 years of business, partner programs, nonprofit software, and high-end retail experience in companies such as, Giftworks, Doneckers, and Market Metrics. After realizing that her heart and her career were at odds, Ellen left the business world of expensive things for the world of doing good through nonprofit support. Happily, nonprofit organizations can benefit from the application of business models, and the result enriches humanity instead of corporations.
Ellen is on the board of Music for Everyone, and is active in the fight against puppy mills, with three rescued dogs of her own.