Nonprofit Summer Learning Series: The Dos & Don’ts of Working with Grantmakers

Friday, June 10, 2016
8:30am to 11:00am EDT
Booz Allen Hamilton's Newman Auditorium
8283 Greensboro Dr, McLean, VA
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Registration Information

This program is open to the region's social sector. The cost is $45/registrant (free for WRAG members). You must be logged in to register. If you do not have a website account, you can create one hereTo participate via webcast, please register online and select the webinar option on the appropriate screen. 

About this Session

Even if your organization has successfully received grant funding for years, do you truly understand the ins-and-outs of working with grantmakers? Do you know and understand recent trends and shifts in philanthropy? Do you know how funders like to be approached? How they make decisions? How they’re organized and staffed? Do you know how to cultivate not only relationships but true partnerships with your funders? Join us to hear from four leading grantmaking professionals in our region as they offer practical advice and insights on these topics and more.

Speaker: Rick Moyers, The Meyer Foundation

Julia Baer-Cooper, England Family Foundation & Prince Charitable Trusts  
Ben Murphy, Community Foundation for the National Capital Region
Tracye Funn, Washington Gas
Rick Moyers (moderator)

About WRAG’s Nonprofit Summer Learning Series

Designed and taught by some of the Greater Washington region’s most respected grantmaking professionals, this nonprofit learning series “pulls the curtain back on philanthropy.” Join WRAG and our partner, Booz Allen Hamilton, as we shed light on how grantmakers think, how they approach their work, what they look for in strong nonprofit partners, and how you can build new and stronger relationships with the local funding community.

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