Our Next Audio Conference: Winning Funding for Native American Programs in Uncertain Times

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Wed Oct 2 20:34:45 BST 2013

 Fiscal Year 2013 has ended, yet once again Congress can't agree on
spending for FY 2014, leaving social services providers with
considerable uncertainty about what to expect in the coming year.
Notwithstanding what happens on Capitol Hill, programs will be funded,
though which ones and at what levels remains uncertain.

This is especially true for Native American programs. What's the likely
impact on funding your agency counts on? What will federal grant
priorities be for 2014? What will you need to know to ensure your
critical programs continue to get funded?

To find out, join us for this special, exclusive audio conference
focusing on what this year's Congressional budget impasse will mean to
programs serving Native Americans.

**In-depth Review of "Best Bets" for 2014 Federal and Foundation

Your presenter is Dave Kittross, one of the nation's leading federal
grant experts and a veteran grants consultant. He has decades of
experience writing grants and researching funding for social service
programs and is editor of Native American Report, the regularly updated
online information service focusing on funding solutions for Native
programs. He'll provide a rare objective analysis of the federal budget,
zero in on what's likely to happen to FY14 funding for your programs,
and provide insights on what would-be grantees must know to succeed.

This information-packed, 75-minute live event will examine the best
opportunities for federal funding in FY 2014, and deliver a trove of
information on how to win financial support from foundations and other
non-governmental sources.

We'll take you inside for an in-depth look at the latest developments on
Capitol Hill and a blow-by-blow analysis of the battles over federal
funding. We'll share with you critical details about how congressional
actions are impacting key provisions of the Indian Health Care
Improvement Act. We'll even provide you with a realistic, up-to-date
forecast -- based on behind-the-scenes information gleaned from
well-placed government sources -- on what to expect in terms of funding
for tribal projects.

**You'll learn about...**

* Plans by the Administration for Native Americans to offer grants
promoting economic development, regulatory expertise, Native languages
and culture;

* What to expect from the Bureau of Indian Affairs regarding tribal
governance issues;

* What BIA funding will be available for health, safety, and community
development programs;

* What the future holds for the Indian Health Service and
healthcare-related funding;

* How to take advantage of the full range of federal funding sources,
including the Department of Education, the Health & Human Services
Department, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the National
Science Foundation, HUD, EPA, the Energy Department, the Justice
Department...just to name a few.

With federal funding uncertain, we'll show you the best ways to become
eligible for private funding, and how to find some of the foundations
that are your best bets to win grants. We'll even point you to some of
the most generous sources of private funding -- and tell you the best
way to approach them -- so that your chances of obtaining those badly
needed dollars will be vastly improved

**But don't wait too long to sign-up. There are only a finite number of
slots available**!

For more information, check our website
(http://cdpubsonline.com/12all/lt.php?c=8992&m=6406&nl=33&s=0e9fc238d6c13b57d48904888d43c06b&lid=993019&l=-http--www.cdpublications.com/store/652) or call us at 1-800-666-6380

Audio Conference: Winning Funding for Native American Programs in Uncertain Times 
Join us 10/17/13 2-3:15 p.m. EST, when CD Publications presents a special, exclusive audio conference focusing on what this year's Congressional budget impasse will mean to programs serving Native Americans.

Online Class: Winning Strategies and Techniques for Finding Your Best
Foundation Funders
Now you can learn proven, highly-effective foundation prospecting strategies that really work--without leaving your desk or spending time and money at a workshop. The class starts 10/21/2013.

Audioconference: How New Federal and Foundation Trends and Priorities Will Affect Funding for Children's Programs in 2014
In this audio conference you'll gain insights that will give you a
clear edge in your grant seeking, along with invaluable added lead time on
when to expect 2014 solicitations.

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