Dogwood Webinar Series
Dogwood Webinar Series
Sustainable organizations know how to attract diverse and substantial funding. Our Next-Level Funding Webinar Series is designed to help organizations of all sizes understand the ins and outs of applying for larger grants from government and private sources, and up their game for creating winning proposals.
Please join us on Wednesday, February 15th from noon until 1 pm for Dogwood Health Trust and Innovative Funding Partners’ monthly live webinar series.
The fifth in a monthly series coordinated by Innovative Funding Partners (IFP) for Dogwood Health Trust, this session, Logic Model Basics, offers a primer to developing logic models for government proposals. As a graphic depiction or “road map” of the shared relationships between a project’s resources, activities, outputs, outcomes and impacts, a logic model represents a unique opportunity to capture the most salient aspects of an applicant’s idea. This training will walk participants through the basics of creating an effective and compelling logic model.
Goals of This Session
The learning objectives of the training center on preparing nonprofit teams to approach project design through the lens of a logic model. By the end of the session, participants will understand not only the key elements of a well-designed logic model, but also how it uniquely depicts the relationship between a project’s methodology (the “what”) and evaluation/impact (the “so what”).
Participants will gain knowledge, skills and confidence in:
Innovative Funding Partners (IFP) is a nationally recognized grants consulting firm highly regarded for an impressive overall grant success rate of 75%. Well known for their expertise in federal and other government grant writing, this success is based not only on technical expertise but also on a foundational relationship-building approach. IFP’s team of over 20 highly experienced consultants is passionate about helping organizations meet the unique needs of their local communities and better serve their constituents by seeking and securing grant funding.
Carrie Davis is an experienced grant writer and project manager with a consistent track record of success working with organizations across diverse sectors and geographies. She provides project oversight, facilitation, and coordination at all levels of grant development. Carrie has successful experience with foundation, corporate and government grants including DOL, HRSA, SAMHSA, CDC, DOE, USDA and more.
Susannah Williams is a grant writer with a proven track record of securing federal and foundation grants across multiple sectors, including health care, workforce development, and education. She has extensive experience in supporting clients’ project design and development to meet complex grant requirements. Susannah has written multiple successful proposals for CDC, HRSA, DOJ, and DOL, among others.