The Cooperative Network is helping nonprofits, government agencies, and educational institutions secure national and federal investments. Increase your knowledge, grant capacity, proposal skills, funding leads, efficiency, and connections.
May 3, 2017 Brown Bag Luncheon
The Cooperative Network Brown Bag session for May will be about understanding and developing Logic Models. These visual summaries, often required in grant proposals, tie together the aims you are trying to achieve and how you propose to get there.
The Grant Plant’s Aly Sanchez will present key concepts and walk through an example logic model. Logic Models are also good for designing, planning, and revising programming – even when funding agencies don’t require them! Bring your lunch and gather at our office at 901 Rio Grande Blvd NW, Suite D-220 from 12pm to 1pm.
May 31, Curbside Consulting
Ever needed more eyes on your current grant projects? Come down to our office for a free consultation and we’ll match you with expert advice to talk about your project needs. Consultations occur from 11am to 1pm at The Grants Collective’s office at 901 Rio Grande Blvd NW, Suite D-220.
June 1, Talent Academy Application Opens
In June, we’ll open the application for the next cohort of the Talent Academy. The Academy is a 6-month professional fellowship to develop skills for securing major grants. Stay tuned for more details!
The Online Platform
We’ve opened up the platform for new members! You can sign up by clicking this link: http://www.thegrantscollective.org/pages/sign-up.
With the online platform you’ll be able to:
- Access upcoming grant opportunities from our online calendar
- Collaborate with others
- Access resources that are all in one convenient site
- Connect with other grants professionals in our community and share resources and knowledge
Are You A Member?
In addition to the resources available via the online platform, you’ll receive invitations to attend in-person events each month, offering professional development, networking and resource opportunities! The Grants Collective is a great way to connect to a community of grants professionals for advice, collaboration and resources.
To be part of this initiative, you need to register. Subscriptions are $50/month or $500/year. And if you’re a New Mexico Thrives member, you can subscribe for $400/year!
Contact Robert Nelson at email@example.com to sign up today!
You can also register online by following this link:
If you have questions, please contact us. Look forward to seeing you at the next Cooperative Network event!