Webinar Video: Donor Research and Identification (Funding Great Funders for your Organisation)

The webinar video on “Donor Research and Identification: Funding Great Funders for your Organisation” is now available online.

Many NGOs face challenges with the research on prospective institutional donors, that happens to be an overwhelming process sometimes. The effective methods of donor research are insistent to the NGOs and the approaches will be discussed in this webinar, with the focus on efficient use of a variety of free internet tools to identify new international grants for your NGO.

The research techniques covered in this webinar will focus on identifying grants for NGOs around the world, including: foundations in the United States, United Kingdom, Switzerland, France, and Germany; government donors; and the European Commission.  A case study will be used in this interactive online seminar to demonstrate how identify and research new donors for your NGO.

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Topics Covered

  • Organizing and ranking institutional prospects
  • Sources of information for identifying new donors
  • Databases and directories containing foundations from around the world

Trainer

Erik Detiger is an independent consultant and trainer, with over a decade of experience working in the field of international philanthropy and fundraising. A highly successful international project manager and fundraising professional, Erik has raised over US $100 million for numerous international projects from a wide variety of institutions. He has developed 100s of proposals for scores of donors. He will share a wealth of first-hand knowledge and expertise on what it takes to successfully raise funds.

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