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Effective Grant Budgeting and Easier Financial Reporting
2-2:30 p.m. ET  |  February 21, 2024
How you create and maintain your grant budget is essential to meeting funder reporting requirements and maintaining compliance with internal financial policies and processes. Accurate and comprehensive grant budgets and spend plans are key for an organization to effectively scope and implement their projects, empowering them to track and monitor progress as well as identify risks that need to be mitigated along the way.

Once the budget plan is built, you’ll need a process for tracking, reconciliation, and reporting (which all becomes more complex if you are also regranting funds). Ultimately, all of this should not only support your compliance efforts but also amplify the impact of your programs. While essential, it can certainly feel daunting.

In this webinar, we will cover:

  • The essentials of budgeting for grant projects.

  • Financial reporting requirements and best practices.

  • How a grant management system (GMS) can complement an ERP or financial system.

 You’ll walk away with:

  • Our Grant Compliance & Reporting Requirements Explainer that outlines the key legislative acts, regulations, and funding changes redefining grant management. We also provide practical steps to help you navigate the increased demands for transparency, accountability, and efficiency in this new environment.

Grant Reporting That Drives Impact and Demonstrates Results
2-2:30 p.m. ET  |  March 6, 2024
Effective grant reporting is about more than data—it is about demonstrating results. However, it does require gathering the right data and then organizing it in a variety of ways to support both compliance and impact. Doing this well starts with clearly defining goals for your grant program and implementing the process (and system) to gather and organize the data. This will provide insight into your progress, alert you to risks, and ultimately populate the reports you need to show success to your organization, funders, and your community

In this webinar, we will cover:

  • How to set clearly defined goals to prove program success

  • Gathering the right data, with the right detail, and for the right audience

  • Different reporting formats and requirements

  • Tips for communicating project outcomes, impact, and financial information in a compelling manner

 You’ll walk away with:

  • A customer case study to get a deeper understanding of the real-life impact of having access to real-time data and reporting.

Navigating Compliance: The Vital Role of a Grant Management System
2-2:30 p.m. ET  |  March 20, 2024
The final webinar in this series demonstrates how a grant management system (GMS), specifically AmpliFund, enables you to implement the reporting and compliance activities detailed in webinars #1 and #2. With ever-evolving federal requirements and growing opportunities for grant funding, a GMS is now essential as it enables vital data management and reporting that is key to compliance. It is also helps demonstrate to funders the value of the programs their grant dollars support.

In this webinar, we will cover:

  • The value of data and document centralization

  • Tying grant activities to performance metrics, goals, and measurable outcomes

  • Reviewing example reports, including a SEFA report, and leveraging the built-in report scheduler

 You’ll walk away with:

  • Our Guide to the Essentials of Grant Compliance and Reporting





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