Want to craft a grant application or grant report that gives you and your board what you need (or want) without gathering unnecessary information?
Come discuss how streamlining your grant requirements can be beneficial to you and your grantees. Share your streamlining successes and challenges with peers, and leave with a few concrete ways to streamline your grant applications and reports while still getting the information you need. This peer-to-peer conversation also represents an opportunity to connect to a network of local funders and explore topics of interest in a small group. Light refreshments will be served.
Thank you to the Washington Forrest Foundation for hosting this peer-to-peer discussion.
There is no cost to attend, but preregistration is required. We encourage you to share information about this program with other philanthropists you think might benefit.
Learn more and register by July 30 at exponentphilanthropy.org.
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