Date: Wednesday, April 2, 2003
Learning Objectives: Learn how to use the reference books and database to find private foundations that are a good match for your organization's funding needs. Learn how to interpret the information found about a foundation and its funding areas. We will also discuss tips and trends in the field of proposal writing and communication with foundations. You will learn about the Web site information; Foundation Center's and the Donor's Forum of Chicago. Each registered student will receive a manual and handouts. You must pre-register to receive the manual.
Description: Beverly A. Frailey, Nonprofit Resource Center Coordinator, Instructional Services Librarian, Associate Professor, UIS received her MLS degree from U of I Urbana and has an undergraduate degree in Education from Eastern Illinois University. She has been a School Librarian, a short-term Public Librarian, and a Academic Librarian. She has been at UIS for 13 years where she serves as Coordinator of the Nonprofit Resource Center and Reference Librarian - it is work that she find very satisfying. Bev will provide you with a manual that you can take with you to help with the process of looking for additional funding sources for your library.
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