Mark Your Calendars!

Events are at 901 Rio Grande Blvd. NW, Suite D-220 unless otherwise noted.   

January 11, 11:00-1:00p, Curbside Consulting
We offer two opportunities each month for Network members to receive hands-on advice about their grant projects. Network members can come to our office for a free, 30 minute consultation and we’ll match you with expert advice to talk about your project. Join us for either or both!  Members can sign up here: bit.ly/CurbConSignUp

January 14, 11:00a-11:45a Reading Circle: Building a Story Brand
New York Times bestselling author Donald Miller uses the seven universal elements of powerful stories to teach readers how to dramatically improve how they connect with customers and grow their businesses. Read about and discuss with us how Story Brand principles can be applied to your grant seeking, as well as your messaging about your nonprofit’s work to capitalize on the power of communication and grow your impact.

 

 

 

January 22, 11:00-1:00p, Curbside Consulting
We offer two opportunities each month for Network members to receive hands-on advice about their grant projects. Network members can come to our office for a free, 30 minute consultation and we’ll match you with expert advice to talk about your project. Join us for either or both!  Members can sign up here: bit.ly/CurbConSignUp

January 16, 11a-11:45a Tour of Online Platform
A free webinar tour of our Online Platform for those who are thinking about joining or members who want to get the most out of their subscription.  Register here: bit.ly/2EEnOGp

January 23, 12p-1:00p Brown Bag Luncheon: Findings from the Nonprofit Landscape Study
Bring your lunch and join us for our Brown Bag at 12:00PM! We will have guests from Apex Evaluation and Cathy Frey from New Mexico Association of Grantmakers who will discuss the recent findings from the Nonprofit Landscape Study.  The event will be held at Center for Nonprofit Excellence, 2340 Alamo SE.  Register here: bit.ly/nplandscape


ICYMI

This December, the third cohort of the Talent Academy completed the fellowship! Eleven organizations successfully finished the four-month program. The cohort included Laura Altomare of Homewise, Amelia Ampuero of Duke City Repertory Theatre, Paul Aragon of SINC, Shana Baker of Albuquerque Involved, Sarah Benavidez of Fathers Building Futures, Helga Garcia Garza of Agri-Cultura Cooperative Network, Allison Hendricks-Smith of Christina Kent Early Childhood Center,  Laurel Meister of Explora Science Center, Laura Pancoast of Academy for the Love of Learning, Christy Sobolik of NM Immigrant Law Center, and Emily Stovel of Sandoval County Office of Economic Development. Congratulations!  


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 Invest in your organization to receive preferred access to our trainings and online platform. With the online platform, you’ll be able to:

  • Access upcoming grant opportunities from our online calendar and research non-deadline driven opportunities. These are all screened for New Mexico eligibility, eliminating the work on your end.
  • Access grant seeking resources that are all in one convenient site – federal budget forms, data research tools, best practice articles, and more.
  • Connect and collaborate with other grant professionals in our community and share resources and knowledge. You can directly message other members or tag them on grant opportunities that you’d like to discuss. Ask questions about your grant proposals or processes and receive feedback from a larger grant seeking community!

The Grants Collective is a great way to connect to a community of grant professionals for advice, collaboration, and resources.  Subscribe by pressing the button below:

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Subscriptions are $50/month, or save $100 and subscribe for $500/year! New Mexico Thrives members subscribe for $400/year.

For more info, or an in-person demonstration, contact Robert Nelson at robert@thegrantscollective.org and we look forward to seeing you at the next Cooperative Network event!


The Grants Collective is a local 501c3 nonprofit located in Albuquerque, NM.  We offer three primary ways to participate:

Cooperative Network: A subscription-based network of nonprofit professionals interested in developing skills, insight, and resources for high-performance grant seeking.

Talent Academy: A 4-month professional fellowship to develop skills for securing major grants.

Grow New Mexico: Technical assistance to help New Mexican communities and organizations put together grant/loan packages for infrastructure and other special projects. Grow New Mexico is an independent, fiscally sponsored project.

Find out more at www.thegrantscollective.org