#grantchat Question Preview: What Would You Do 5/27 @ 12pm ET

What would you do? Grant situations


Here are the questions we will be discussing on Tuesday, 5/27 @ 12pm ET for “What Would You Do.”  Please join co-moderators @dianehleonard and @jm_grants for this #grantchat community favorite!

Q1: Org is struggling to meet goals on a current grant and asks you to apply for another grant for the same project. What do you do? #grantchat

Q2: You as grant pro have a previous relationship with a funder your nonprofit wants to approach.  What do you do? #grantchat

Q3: Your ED refuses to make pre-planning a staff priority but wants to apply for federal funding.  What do you do? #grantchat

Q4: Financial billings/reports are consistently late to funders from Finance Department. What do you do? #grantchat

Q5: You are sub-grantee – primary applicant won’t allow any admin costs to be included in your budget. What do you do? #grantchat

Q6: You get an email critiquing your quote/scope versus another consultant that was clearly NOT intended for you.  What do you do? #grantchat

Q7: You are approached to support a new client, an international nonprofit working in a country you are unfamiliar with. What do you do? #grantchat

Q8: You are worried that collaborative partners are not going to come through with letters of commitment. What do you do? #grantchat

Q9: You suspect that a fellow colleague is breaching the GPA code of ethics through their work. What do you do? #grantchat

Q10: You realize that you miss a deadline for a funding opportunity that your organization was very confident in. What do you do? #grantchat


Hope you can join us!  Email Diane (diane@grantchat.org) or Jo (jo@jm_grants.org) with any questions about this week’s topic or anything else #grantchat related.


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