Meeting Archive:
FREE: Trends in Grant Awards - Which Organizations Win Over $100,000 in Grant Awards (NEW)


Meeting Description:
Why does it matter? Well, if we can understand and define the demographic and grantseeking strategy characteristics of organizations that receive $100,000 or more in annual awards, we can then compare these characteristics with those of our own organizations. In this webinar, Ellen Mowrer, GrantStation's Director of Business and Marketing, will discuss techniques and tweaks that can help organizations move into the ranks of those receiving $100, 000+ awards. Perhaps most importantly, this webinar will help identify where these changes are possible and how to make them happen. For example, if your organization's mission is to serve a rural population, you can't just pick up and move to the city. However, you can adapt the insights gained in this webinar to become more successful in your grantseeking efforts. Join us for the free webinar, which is offered as a kick-off to the Fall 2014 State of Grantseeking Survey and Reports. This webinar will be held on Tuesday, August 26, 2014.
Details
Date: Tue, Aug 26, 2014
Time: 02:00 PM EDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Sara Kennedy
 Presenter Information
Ellen Mowrer
Speaker Photo

Ellen is GrantStation's Director of Business and Marketing, and works with both clients and the GrantStation team in marketing, Partner Depot advertising, surveys, reporting, and business analysis.
 
Ellen brings over 30 years of business, partner programs, nonprofit software, and high-end retail experience in companies such as ECMAdvisory.biz, 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.