Grant Funding and Program Design: Which Comes First?: Question Preview for 6/24

A common “Chicken or the Egg?” conundrum that many nonprofit and grant professionals find themselves in.  We’ll be delving in to the #grantchat community’s experiences and perspectives on Tuesday, June 24th 12 pm ET.

Here are the questions that we’ll be discussing:

Q1: What do you think is the ideal role for a grant professional in program and budget design for grant applications? #grantchat

Q2: Who do you have at the grant table with you for program design? #grantchat

Q3: Who do you have at the grant table with you for budget design for grant applications? #grantchat

Q4:  When you are doing pre-planning for a new program –  no formal application to write yet – what do you take from brainstorm to paper first? Program or budget? #grantchat

Q5: When you are starting on a new application which do you draft first. Budget? Or Program Description/Design? #grantchat

Q6: How do you see budget design constraining program design? #grantchat

Q7: How do you see program design constraining budget design for grant applications? #grantchat

Q8: How do you ensure consistency between program and budget design? #grantchat

Q9: How do you ensure that all voices within the organization are heard that may have concerns about program and budget design? #grantchat

Q10: What is the key piece of advice you have for new grant professionals about  balancing program and budget design? #grantchat


We are looking forward to having you join @dianehleonard and @jm_grants for #grantchat on Tuesday, June 24th at 12pm ET!  Be sure to follow @grant_chat on Twitter and use #grantchat to watch and participate in the chat.

New to the idea of Twitter chats? Check out this “How To” guide from JM Grants about participating in Twitter chats.

Hope that you can join us!



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