SEATTLE: The Logic Behind the Logic Model

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Essentials for a Rock-Solid Project Plan ... and an A+ Proposal!


Logic Models: Everywhere you turn, grantseekers are talking about them. And more and more funders -- private and public alike -- are requiring them as part of your grant application package. But what is a "Logic Model," anyway? How does it work? What are the key elements, how do they fit together, and -- most important -- how can knowing how to construct a solid, makes-sense Logic Model support not only more successful grantseeking, but the success of your program itself?


"Not only does Maryn break it down so you can actually understand the logic behind the logic model, but she goes on to show you how it can be used outside the grant writing process. I see this helping me and my program directors plan projects and keep clear communication throughout the project." -Alyson Sheppard


This fast-paced interactive session will strip back the myths and mysteries surrounding the Logic Model Process and give you the tools and concepts you need to put the Logic Model to work for you. You'll discover:

  • A new, powerful way of looking at the underlying framework of your program or project plan
  • A no-jargon, easy-to-remember, real-life "roadmap" to the key elements of a Logic Model … and how they fit together
  • How grantmakers use a “Logic Model” mindset to review your grant proposal
  • The Logic Model as a key tool for more successful, high-quality program management
  • The Logic Model in action: Samples from a variety of community organizations
  • EXCLUSIVE: An introduction to GrantsMagic U’s own unique “Change Mapping” process – a simple and very powerful way to develop a high-level understanding of your organization’s unique contribution to the world – and what it will take to make it happen

About the Presenter

Maryn BoessMaryn Boess

Founder, GrantsMagic U

Over her 20+-year career in the nonprofit world, Maryn has been an on-staff program developer and grantwriter; an independent grants consultant; a grants project manager; a grants trainer; a grants reviewer, author, speaker, mentor and coach; and - for the past 9 years - even a grantmaker. GrantsMagic U, launched in fall 2015, is the "virtual academy" she created to make her extensive portfolio of practical and inspiring trainings on successful grantsmanship available (and affordable!) for anyone, anytime, anywhere.

Details

  • When

  • Friday, November 3, 2017
    9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    Pacific Time

  • Where

  • 12 Ave Arts | Pike Pine Meeting Room
    1620 12th Avenue
    Seattle, WA 98122
    USA

Thank You to Our Partners

Presented by Washington Nonprofits and GrantsMagic U.

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