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Grant Writing in a Pandemic World - Shared screen with speaker view
Elizabeth Hornbuckle
32:01
Good Morning! Please ask your questions in this chat box and we will do our best to answer them.
Cyndi
33:35
Will you post the recording later?
Christy Norris
36:41
Yes, the recording will be emailed out to everyone by Monday.
Wendy: Bald Ridge Lodge
48:07
what advice do you have for those who are not in the "sweet spot"
maureenkornowa
48:45
Also remember that many of our church partners have pulled global minsitry
maureenkornowa
49:48
Error….pulled global ministry efforts to home here in the U.S. It has given us many opportunities for more support from our mega church partners.
Sarah Embro-The ALS Association of GA
54:26
Great visual!
Beth Copeland
54:46
EXCELLENT Visual!
Christy Norris
55:15
Agree - great visual! We will make sure to include it in the follow-up email.
Randy Redner - Community Foundation
57:00
Elizabeth Hornbuckle can you put the contact information into the chat for you and your team if someone wants to follow up with you after the call.
Tim Turner SATISFEED
01:03:55
The dreaded DIGITAL DIVIDE
Elizabeth Hornbuckle
01:04:37
Elizabeth Hornbuckle, Elizabeth@wellspringresource.com 404-543-0251, Caroline Echols, caroline@wellspringresource.com 404-697-7346, Amy Pauls amy@wellspringresource.com 770-356-9951
Tim Turner SATISFEED
01:06:54
May we receive Amy Pauls' topic deck?
Amy Pauls
01:07:57
Tim yes we will be happy to share that with everyone!
Cyndi
01:08:09
Thank you Amy - Great responses on how to pivot.
Wendy: Bald Ridge Lodge
01:08:30
Did the comparison of % of BIPOC in community to % of persons served work in achieving a grant? love the idea!
Amy Pauls
01:10:42
Wendy - yes with one grant, no with another. But we will continue to use that narrative element moving forward.
Tim Turner SATISFEED
01:10:42
CFA DUAL DRIVE THRU MODEL
Wendy: Bald Ridge Lodge
01:11:10
Thanks Amy
Randy Redner - Community Foundation
01:14:21
Here at the Community Foundation we love funding the creativity we have seen nonprofits have done to still deliver their programming.
Tim Turner SATISFEED
01:15:19
How do you explain future need i.e. food insecurity need may not peak until 2025 (Kyle Waide, ACFB)?
Wendy: Bald Ridge Lodge
01:16:26
Do you think if your organization wants to work on challenges with BIPOC representation and they want to hire a consultant they could find funding?
Randy Redner - Community Foundation
01:16:46
As Caroline shared foundations have also pivoted to use virtual technology to "check in" and see what a nonprofit is doing. Also, always us to bring in Board members and potential donors into the "visit" as well.
Matt Davis
01:17:40
How important is it for those of us on here to look at ways to collaborate in order to show funders that we are working together to serve the same client base?
Tim Turner SATISFEED
01:18:18
We cannot survive without COLLABORATION
Amanda Shelnutt
01:19:39
The eyeball tip is perfect. Going to pilfer my kiddos googly eyes today.
Tim Turner SATISFEED
01:19:59
NO WE DON'T!!!!!
Wendy: Bald Ridge Lodge
01:20:57
Also to maintain eye contact I suggest minimizing the video screen so you aren't distracted. It also helps with Zoom fatigue.
Wendy: Bald Ridge Lodge
01:25:29
Great idea Amy!!
Wendy: Bald Ridge Lodge
01:28:02
mainly when I'm speaking/presenting since I find looking at myself distacting
Caroline Echols
01:28:54
You can take away the self view on Zoom. That is what I do and it is definitely less distracting!
Helene
01:31:34
did we lose the audio
Amy Pauls
01:31:53
No we are on a 5 min break - back at 10:05!
Tim Turner SATISFEED
01:39:55
The pandemic revealed deep seeded problems
Alida Sims
01:41:45
Yes as an African American mother of a childhood cancer survivor and transplant recipient I've seen how important this work is so thank you Bonnie!
Koppany Jordan
01:47:05
On the note of race, I’d like to recommend Shelby Steele’s “White Guilt.”
Wendy: Bald Ridge Lodge
01:49:50
UNG assistance is so valuable!
Lawdia, Queen Material Inc., Executive Director
01:50:01
Can you please repeat the information about Georgia State? Thank you!
Bonnie Hardage
01:52:24
Where is the Land of Opportunity: The georgraphy of Intergenerational Mobility in the U.S. https://opportunityinsights.org/paper/land-of-opportunity/
Bonnie Hardage
01:53:07
The Curb-Cut EffectLaws and programs designed to benefit vulnerable groups, such as the disabled or people of color, often end up benefiting all of society. https://ssir.org/articles/entry/the_curb_cut_effect
Matt Frankel
01:53:59
Truist Contact: Kirby Thompson Kirby.thompson@suntrust.com
Matt Frankel
01:54:32
Trust Contact: Amy Green, Amy.green@truist.com
Beth Copeland
01:54:34
Please repeat Amy’s contact info TK you
Beth Copeland
01:54:43
K great!
Tim Turner SATISFEED
01:59:09
What is the difference between the three different foundations: SUN TRUST, TRUIST, FAMILY
Amy Pauls
02:01:48
Truist Family Foundations are - Truist manages the application/reporting process but they don’t make the decisions on funding - the family members make those decisions. These are the ones that you will want to attend the Truist Roundtable with Amy Green that she referenced - Amy can walk you through who those foundations are, how to apply and which ones you might best fit with.
Christy Norris
02:13:44
Thanks Amy!
Tim Turner SATISFEED
02:19:01
Do developers have access to the affordable housing HUD grants?
Sarah Hobbs
02:25:11
Can non-member structured non-profits still apply?
Randy Redner - Community Foundation
02:32:07
Thanks everyone for attending today. Next up will be Marketing on April 29th!!
Wendy: Bald Ridge Lodge
02:32:40
Great information! Thanks!
Elizabeth Hornbuckle
02:32:43
Thank you all for attending and your great questions!
Tina Jones
02:33:07
Thank you. This was great!
Bonnie Hardage
02:33:09
Thank you everyone!
Shannon Candler, Gwinnett County Grants Director
02:33:19
Gwinnett County Recap:• HUD FY2022 grant application cycle will release April 1st.• COVID-19 Grant Funding Opportunity Program will continue in 2021 funded in part by the American Rescue Plan and we anticipate grant applications releasing in the 3rd quarter.• Collaborative grant applications – partnering with the County for Federal/State funding – require engagement and approval from the Departmental sponsor and typically require Board approval ahead of submission (if match contributions are required by the County).• Typically, we awarding around $8 million in grant funding annually.o FY 2019 – over $8 million in subrecipient expenditureso FY 2020 – over $79 million (this includes COVID-19 funding)• Where foundations encourage connections ahead of application – we don’t take that approach. Our applications have scoring criteria defined within the application release and we work hard to look objectively at each application – Application Scoring determines if your request is awarded and at what level.
Tim Turner SATISFEED
02:33:23
THANK YOU VERY MUCH
Caroline Echols
02:33:23
Thank you so much!!
Renee Contreras
02:33:25
Thank you!
Mike Donnellan, Joy Community Kitchen
02:33:28
Thanks all, just great!
Michelle Hewitt 15
02:33:31
Thank you, great info!