Removing the Mystery of Collaborative Funding - ST. GEORGE

Jun 06, 2019 7:45 am - 12:00 pm

 

Removing the Mystery of Collaborative Funding: How Collaborations Can Be Lifesaving
Creating and Presenting Effective Collaboration Proposals “You want to do what, with whom?” In an era of reduced funding and increased expectations, nonprofits must be more strategic and efficient. Collaboration is key to both of those attributes, and many grants and funding sources now require it. Collaborating with other agencies means working with people whose approaches may differ from your own. Learn how to explore those differences up front, so that they don’t interfere with the project. This workshop will teach you how to create and present collaborative projects that get funded.

Participants will learn how to:
• Maximize each other’s strengths and differences for collaboration
• Identify differences in approach and priorities, areas of possible misalignment or friction
• Manage differing expectations
• Establish a foundation of trust and understanding
• Channel your passion to present/apply for funding effectively

About Presenter Shirlee Draper, SSW, MPAShirlee Draper
Shirlee Draper has a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work and a Master of Public Administration. She serves as a board member and immediate past president for The Learning Center for Families early childhood intervention; Trustee for the United Effort Plan Trust; community leader and organizer for the Short Creek Community Alliance; and an advocate/case manager for Cherish Families, a nonprofit which offers wraparound services for people transitioning from the FLDS to mainstream society. Her specialties are community organization and collaboration. She has won the UNA Collaboration Grant two years in a row, and wants to help other agencies learn how to effectively collaborate.

 

Questions? Please contact Dawn McLain, UNA's Southern Utah Networking Coordinator, at dawn@writeituponline.com

Removing the Mystery of Collaborative Funding: How Collaborations Can Be Lifesaving
Thursday, June 6, 2019  7:45 am–12:00 pm

Location:
Root 4 Kids (2044 Mesa Palms Dr., St. George, UT 84790)

Cost:
FREE for UNA Members/$15 for Non-Members

Contact Email:
dawn@writeituponline.com
Contact Name:
Dawn McLain, Southern Utah Networking Coordinator
Contact Phone:
702-860-2341