Corporate giving presents a unique opportunity for nonprofits and their fundraising efforts. Corporations are increasingly engaging in development and relief work, but they require specific techniques to secure their funding. In this one day training, we will provide you with an understanding of how corporations make funding decisions and help you navigate through potential ethical concerns, and guide you in preparing a corporate outreach plan.
With funding becoming more competitive and donors demanding a greater degree of beneficiary accountability, even seasoned professionals are called to improve the processes of project design. Logical Frameworks or LogFrames are notoriously confusing and difficult to put together. This is because creating a good logical framework requires both a holistic and detailed understanding of the project. This level of understanding is rarely complete during the planning and funding stage, especially when the project design is still in flux. Still, even a draft logical framework can be very useful for planning, managing, and fundraising.
Be the part of proposalsforNGOs’ two-day training on
“Project Design Essentials: The Steps to Designing a Donor-Attractive LogFrame” with Christopher Varady.
Christopher is a development professional with 17 years of field experience. He has been exclusively focused on fundraising for the past 13 years, having raised more than $140 million for over 53 local and international clients in the Middle East, Europe, Africa, and Asia. He specializes in fundraising from institutional and non-traditional donors.
In this training, we will explore the essential to perfect in designing logical, effective, and attractive projects which is the key factor to convince the donors through mixed-use of presentation, case-study examples, role-play and lively discussions. Most importantly, the course will help you demonstrate to your donors that you have a mastery of designing logical, effective, and attractive projects.
The aim of this training is to help you become comfortable with Logical Frameworks! Developed by humanitarian aid workers themselves through years of practice, this course will help you:
· Establish a solid base of understanding of the hierarchy of logic
· Develop indicators which are easy-to-measure and capture your achievements
· Analyze your external environment and design your project with necessary assumptions and risks in mind.
Date: 12-13 September 2019 (Thursday, Friday) 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Venue: Hotel Summit, Kupondole Height, Kathmandu, Nepal
Course Fee: Rs. 25,000 (Course fee is inclusive of all training materials and lunch)
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- To make the funding decisions.
- To make the outreach plan.
- To navigate the funding strategy.
- To diversify your funding resources.
- NGO managers and executive directors.
- Fundraising and development professionals for local and international NGOs Funders for International NGOs, Academic Institutions, UN and other multilateral organizations Non-profit consultants and consulting firms Students