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November 09, 2017 (340 days ago)
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New Resources Available for Fundraisers & Grantseekers

First Nations Development Institute (First Nations) is delighted to share new resources for grantseekers in order to help your organization in its sustainability efforts. You will find these resources on our website under the Grantseeker Resources section. This webpage includes webinars and other materials providing general tips regarding applying for and researching various funding opportunities, along with information on evaluation and First Nations’ own grantmaking process. It includes resources helpful to both nonprofits and tribal government programs.

In particular, today we are pleased to offer two new pre-recorded (on-demand) webinars that will be helpful to you and your communities as you create new initiatives and develop current programs to fulfill your missions. Please feel free to share this information with others. These webinars were developed based on feedback from grantees and applicants. Note: You’ll just need to add your email address and name to view either of these free webinars.
 

These webinars were made possible with the generous support of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s Catalyzing Community Giving Initiative, the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service, and the Native Arts Initiative: A Project of First Nations Development Institute.

You can also find these and other various webinars on the First Nations Knowledgewebinar page at www.firstnations.org/fnk, and then click on any of the links to "Previous Webinars."

We believe that when armed with appropriate resources,
Native peoples hold the capacity and ingenuity
to ensure the sustainable, economic, spiritual
and cultural well-being of their communities.

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