Upcoming Audio Conference: Finding Funds for Programs Helping Veterans & Their Families
Federal and Foundation Assistance Monitor
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Sun Nov 3 14:14:23 GMT 2013
With the federal government once again open for business, lawmakers are
scurrying to finalize spending plans for Fiscal Year 2014 – and high
on the list of top priorities is funding for veterans' programs.
Join us from 1 p.m. to 2:15 p.m. EST, Nov. 7, when CD Publications
presents "Finding Funds for Programs Helping Veterans & Their
Families” – a 75-minute, information-packed audio conference
designed to give grant-seekers the competitive edge they need to obtain
funding for programs aimed at helping veterans.
In the current post-shutdown environment, many other types of social
service programs are seeing sharp declines in funding. However, funding
for veterans program remains constant – and in some cases, it's
actually increasing. Indeed, several trends are now guiding funding
for veteran programs, including a focus on rural areas,
homelessness/housing, workforce and transportation.
****LEARN THE SECRETS OF SUCCESSFUL GRANT-SEEKING!****
Participants in this unique, upcoming audio conference will learn where
to find federal and private funding resources especially targeted for
veterans programs. And, you'll receive expert advice on how to
incorporate these still-developing trends into your programs, vastly
improving your overall chances for success. It's the kind of information
you'll use again and again.
Our presenters – veteran grant writer and editor of **Federal &
Foundation Assistance Monitor** Ray Sweeney, and long-time grants
analyst and editor of **Children & Youth Funding Report** Frank Klimko
-- will provide you with "insider” details on a variety of new funding
programs, including …
* New state-level funding programs assisting numerous types of veteran
activities, including innovative efforts in Virginia and Delaware.
* Insights on state, federal and private funding opportunities for
veteran housing, including a joint effort between Home Depot and a
* Outside-the-box federal and private funding sources for veteran
healthcare activities, including efforts at several Health & Human
Services Dept. agencies and at USDA.
* Latest trends in veteran workforce training, including experiential
learning and entrepreneurial assistance.
* The latest FY 2014 details on a Veterans Affairs Dept. program
offering $300 million in supportive services to vets and their families.
* Outside-the-box funding sources for veteran-focused programs ranging
from food manufacturers to defense contractors.
And so much more!
For more information, visit our website
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Audio Conference: Finding Funds for Programs Helping Veterans & Their Families
Join us 11/7/13 when CD Publications presents a 75-minute, information-packed audio conference designed to give grant-seekers the competitive edge they need to obtain funding for programs aimed at helping veterans.
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