2018’s economy makes it more and more challenging to compete for additional funding. This presentation will give the participant a head’s
up or advantage over others who are competing for the same funds. We will discuss not only government funding opportunities, but also how philanthropically foundations can be a valuable asset to acquiring funds. There are Corporate, Community, and Family Foundations that designate a portion of their annual giving to Native Americans. Attend this session and learn more about who they are, where they are located, and whom they have funded recently in Indian Country.
- Developing relationships with funders
- Researching the right funder
- Writing the proposal by ‘telling your story’
- Understanding how to report back to the funder in a way that will increase your chance of being funded
Following his career in education, four and a half years were spent as a Case Manager Supervisor in a newly created Social Services Department within the Housing Authority of the Cherokee Nation. Ron served as founder and Chief Professional Officer of Boys & Girls Clubs of Green Country, Inc. located within the Cherokee Nation from 1997 to 2007. He served as Chairman of NANAC, Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s Native American National Advisory Committee. Special recognitions include BGCA’s Masters and Mentors Level of the Academy of Boys & Girls Clubs Professionals. For five years Ron served as the Projects Manager, Native American Program Specialist, FirstPic, and consulting. His work included Child Abduction Response Team Training, Internet Crimes Against Children and AMBER Alert in Indian Country training. Also Office of Justice Programs Boys & Girls Clubs of America Funding Initiative for Boys & Girls Clubs in Indian Country, Bureau of Justice’s Methamphetamine Law Enforcement and Community Education Technical Assistance as well as Law Enforcement Investigative Technique Training. Ron also has experience in HUD’s Office of Native American Program Training and Technical Assistance for Tribal Community Youth Programs.
- Offered: online
- Start: August 22, 2019 -
- End: August 22, 2019 -