In our Effective Exits guide, one funder shares: “Fundraising is a skill, and some of us are better at it than others. But helping grantees find new money is part of the job, one way or another. And it can be learned.” How have you given yourself the skills to understand fundraising from a grantseeker perspective? What are some ways that you have applied that knowhow to help build the capacity of grantees by helping them to find new money?
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