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Faith Based Grant Writing Consortium

  Multnomah University and the Mission Increase Foundation are pleased to announce a meeting of the Faith Based Grant Writing Consortium to discuss trends in philanthropy and share best practices. Peer-to-peer training continues at this first quarterly meeting of 2009 with a keynote message designed for faith-based organizations of all sizes and networking time with other grant writing professionals.

TOPIC: Grant Writing on any Budget Wednesday, January 79:00a.m. - NoonMultnomah University8435 NE Glisan Street, Portland ORThis event is FREE. Light refreshments will be provided. Preregistration online is required.

Where to begin with grant writing How to identify potential foundation partners Developing a grant solicitation strategy Exploring IRS 990s, Guidestar, Foundation Center, and other key resources Aligning your proposal with Foundation priorities (facilitated discussion) Amy Karjala of Mission Increase FoundationWith more than 10 years of experience writing hundreds of grant proposals, Amy Karjala has secured several million dollars in grants for a variety of capital, program, and endowment projects. Before joining Mission Increase, Amy acquired private and public grants while serving as Executive Director of Development at George Fox University.

Ray Keen, CFRE of Multnomah UniversityDirector of Development for Multnomah University, Ray Keen is passionate about linking the needy with the giving.  His Advancement related work began in 1998, and he possesses a Certificate in Fundraising Management from Indiana University.

Space is limited, so register online today.


Faith Based Grant Writing Consortium c/o Multnomah University8435 NE Glisan StreetPortland, OR [email protected]