Friday Grants Clinic

Purpose

The Friday Grants Clinic is a two-hour working technical assistance session for current federal grantees and/or organizations planning to apply for federal grants. We roll up our sleeves and help you work through any issues you’re facing—big or small.

Attendance is limited to six people per session to allow for a deep small group conversation. Participants will learn not only from the session moderator, Dave Farley, but also from the other attendees’ experiences.

The Friday Grants Clinic is held via conference call. Upon registration, you will receive the conference call-in instructions as well as a pre-call questionnaire form. The questionnaire helps us better understand your needs and allows us to prepare for our conversation.

Possible Conversation Topics

All topics are welcome. Some ideas:

  • Brainstorming new project ideas and positioning them for federal funding
  • Discussing issues with an active grant program
  • Organizational grant readiness
  • Starting a grants office within your organization
  • Grant management policies and procedures
  • Budgeting advice
  • Indirect cost rate assistance
  • Program sustainability
  • Sub-recipient monitoring
  • Corrective action
  • Internal controls
  • General grants Q&A

Who Should Participate?

Anyone responsible for managing federal grants and/or organizational leadership of local governments, school districts and nonprofit organizations.

Friday Grants Clinic Includes

  • Pre-call questionnaire for background information
  • Two-hour conference call
  • Post-call follow-up when applicable

Fee

$40 per person. Limit one person per organization.

Schedule

  • Every Friday
  • 6:00 am – 8:00 am
  • 8:30 am – 10:30 am
  • 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
  • 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
  • All times Pacific

Visit Eventbrite for available dates and times.

Download our brochure (.pdf)

Disclaimer: This workshop is not for people looking for grants to start a business and it is not related to college education grants. The topics in this workshop are focused on grants for public organizations and private nonprofits.