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In this course, my goal is to help churches and ministries across the United States—large and small, denominational and non-denominational—understand how to align institutions and congregations to receive the abundance intended under the federal government’s faith-based grants initiative.
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|Section 1: Introduction to Faith-Based Grants|
Not a day goes by when I don't receive an email or telephone call from a small church or ministry from some town in the United States wanting to apply for grant opportunities. Funds are needed to repair their church; to build a community service building or to start a community service project, like low-incoming housing or a soup kitchen. I created this online course to answer many of your questions about faith-based grants from the federal government and other funding sources. I hope you will find the information helpful and guiding in your mission or ministry.
In this course, you will gain knowledge in the following areas:
|Section 2: Course Resource Handbook|
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All students enrolling in Faith-Based Grants will receive a free copy of my e-book. This book sells for $25. This means that you're actually only paying $4 for the rest of the course content. It's a blessing and a gift to pass on to you! Dr. Bev Browning :>)
|Section 3: Government Faith-Based Grants Orientation|
Lesson 3 The White House Office Of Faith Based And Neighborhood Partnerships Overview
|Lecture 4||2 pages|
|Points of Contact - Federal Agencies|
Lesson 5 Grants And Resources Links For Faith Based Grant Seekers
|Section 4: Private Sector Faith-Based Grants: Resources|
Lesson 6 Private Sector Funding Sources For Faith Based ProgramsPreview
|Section 5: Capacity-Building Guidance: Preparing Your Organization for Grant Readiness!|
Lesson 7 Effective Faith Based Partnerships
Lesson 8 Capturing Federal $ For Your Programs
Lesson 9 Validating The Problems That The Grant Funding Will SolvePreview
Lesson 10 Implementing The 5 Critical Steps In Your Community Needs Assessment
Lessons 11 14 Creating A Strategic Funding PlanPreview
Lesson 12 Why A Church Needs A Separate Nonprofit For Grant Seeking
Lesson 13 Framework For Creating Community Partnerships
Lesson 14 Best Practices For Empowering Your Membership In Community Engagement
|Section 6: An Expert's Outlook|
Lesson 15 Future Of Faith Based Grants And Course Summary
|Section 7: Course Summary and Course Completion Quiz|
Summary of Topics Covered in Faith-Based Grants
Course Completion Quiz
Dr. Bev. Browning has been consulting in the areas of grant writing, contract bid responses, and organizational development for nearly four decades. Her clients have included career, volunteer and combination fire departments; chambers of commerce, faith-based organizations, and units of local and county municipal governments; state and federal government agencies, school districts and colleges, social and human service agencies, hospitals, service associations, and Fortune 500 corporations. Dr. Browning has assisted clients and workshop participants throughout the United States in receiving awards of more than $430 million.
Dr. Browning is the author of 41 grants-related publications, including Grant Writing For Dummies™; Grant Writing for Educators;How to Become a Grant Writing Consultant and Faith-Based Grants: Aligning Your Church to Receive Abundance, and Perfect Phrases for Writing Grant Proposals and Perfect Phrases for Fundraising.
She holds degrees in Organizational Development, Public Administration, and Business Administration. Dr. Browning is a current member of the Grant Professional Association. She is Director of the Grant Writing Training Foundation and, in 2011, Dr. Bev created the Grant Writing Services division for eCivis, Inc.