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Basic Grant Writing for Nonprofit Organizations

NPAD-701    Basic Grant Writing for Nonprofit Organizations--Meramec - Social Science Bldg
3/24/2018--3/24/2018        Total Seats:  20    Places Left:  11

This course provides an overall review of the grant writing process offering practical guidelines for identifying and pursuing potential foundation and corporate funders. Learn methods to start a grant maker relationship, key elements of proposals and tips for developing a successful grant. Lunch on your own. Bring a 1-inch, 3-ring binder to class. Senior discount does not apply.

  • Meeting Dates:  3/24/2018 - 3/24/2018
  • Meeting Days:  Saturday
  • Meeting Times:  9:00:00 AM--4:00:00 PM
  • Location:  
        Meramec - Social Science Bldg
  • Instructor:   CE Org Staff
  • Fees:           59

 

Grant Writing for Beginners

NPAD-701    Grant Writing for Beginners--Flo Valley - Business Bldg
2/17/2018--2/17/2018        Total Seats:  20    Places Left:  9

Designed for grant writers who are just getting started or have limited experience in writing proposals, this class will cover key concepts including 501(c)(3) status, types of funders, how to identify potential funders, proposal requirements, sample MO Common Grant Application and tips on writing proposals. Lunch on your own. Cost for adults 60 and over $44.

  • Meeting Dates:  2/17/2018 - 2/17/2018
  • Meeting Days:  Saturday
  • Meeting Times:  9:00:00 AM--4:00:00 PM
  • Location:  
        Flo Valley - Business Bldg
  • Instructor:   Hannah Gilk-McClellan
  • Fees:           59

 

Capacity-Building in Nonprofits: Growth Strategies for Finding/Engaging Partners

NPAD-702    Capacity-Building in Nonprofits: Growth Strategies for Finding/Engaging Partners--Meramec - Social Science Bldg
4/5/2018--4/5/2018        Total Seats:  15    Places Left:  10

Attend this interactive course to learn capacity-building strategies and resources for supporting your nonprofit’s effectiveness and sustainability towards achieving its mission. Activities will include self-assessing your nonprofit’s key capacity strengths and identifying growth strategies to enhance engagement with stakeholders. Tools and methods will be discussed for finding and engaging potential stakeholders and partners. Strategies will be illustrated with examples on building your skills, finding community resources and the importance of a needs assessment process. Instructors have partnered with numerous nonprofits over the past ten years in direct consultation, and mentoring graduate students in a service learning course. Cost for adults 60 and over $19.

  • Meeting Dates:  4/5/2018 - 4/5/2018
  • Meeting Days:  Thursday
  • Meeting Times:  6:30:00 PM--8:30:00 PM
  • Location:  
        Meramec - Social Science Bldg
  • Instructor:   Peggy Neufeld
  • Fees:           25

 

Establishing and Running a Nonprofit Organization: Part I

NPAD-703    Establishing and Running a Nonprofit Organization: Part I--Forest Park - G Tower
4/7/2018--4/7/2018        Total Seats:  20    Places Left:  16

This popular seminar provides an overview of the legal basics for establishing and running a nonprofit organization. Presented by Amy Hereford, an attorney and entrepreneur who speaks from her experience in working with nonprofit start-ups. Class includes practical tips, useful resources including the Nonprofit Tax-exempt Corporation Workbook, an e-book (PDF) that presents the process of establishing a nonprofit in a step-by-step format with ample space for notes, charts for gathering necessary information and tables for developing time-lines and assigning responsibilities. An excellent tool for assisting in nonprofit formation, orienting new board members and nonprofit directors. Senior discount does not apply.

  • Meeting Dates:  4/7/2018 - 4/7/2018
  • Meeting Days:  Saturday
  • Meeting Times:  10:00:00 AM--12:00:00 PM
  • Location:  
        Forest Park - G Tower
  • Instructor:   CE Org Staff
  • Fees:           29

 

Establishing and Running a Nonprofit Organization: Part II

NPAD-703    Establishing and Running a Nonprofit Organization: Part II--Forest Park - G Tower
4/7/2018--4/7/2018        Total Seats:  16    Places Left:  12

This seminar builds on the previous session and provides more information. It will explore the legal requirements of operating a nonprofit business organization, board responsibilities, business law for nonprofits and legal compliance. Newer business models for nonprofits including fiscal sponsorship, nonprofit alliances, nonprofit/for profit joint ventures and other collaborative structures will also be discussed. Senior discount does not apply.

  • Meeting Dates:  4/7/2018 - 4/7/2018
  • Meeting Days:  Saturday
  • Meeting Times:  1:00:00 PM--3:00:00 PM
  • Location:  
        Forest Park - G Tower
  • Instructor:   CE Org Staff
  • Fees:           29