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Research funding opportunities to determine the best approach to secure sufficient funding.


  • Models of Success: An Intro to Raising Funds for Cultural Facilities
    Raising funds for a cultural facility may seem daunting, but as demonstrated through case studies of small tribes that have raised millions of dollars, it is feasible. This webinar shares how Native communities have successfully raised funds from a variety of sources, including tribal government, federal agencies, corporations, foundations, and individuals. An overview of the fundraising process, including conducting a funding feasibility study, establishing goals, organizing a team, identifying sources, and drafting a Case for Support are covered.


  • Twelve Steps to Writing Competitive Grant Proposals
    This session covers the steps to preparing grant proposals for a variety of funding opportunities.
  • Everyone Can Be a Grant Writer
    This recorded presentation shares essential information that will help anyone be a more confident, successful grant writer. Learn about private foundation and federal programs, how to identify the best funder match, how to organize ideas, activities, and outcomes for a project in a way that attracts and excites a funder, and how to know what material to send with the proposal.


  • Find the Right Funder


  • Suquamish Foundation Case for Support
  • Feasibility Study Executive Summary
  • Ojibwe Cultural History Center Feasibility Study
  • Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe Case Statement

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