Latest Past Events

Orientation to Nonprofit Austin’s Grant Research Center Tools

Orientation to Nonprofit Austin's Grant Research Center Tools w/Susannah Erler Orientation to Nonprofit Austin's Grant Research Center Tools (Foundation Directory Online and Guidestar Pro). Want to focus on ways the Foundation Directory Online (FDO) database or Guidestar Pro can support your nonprofit work? Nonprofit Austin at ACC is ready to help you leverage Grant Research Center tools to find funding, conduct research and take your 501(c)3 work to the next level. Sign up for this free virtual Orientation to Grant Research Center Tools. After taking this orientation, you will be eligible to sign up for some one-on-one time with “Your Personal Nonprofit Trainer (FDO and Guidestar Pro)” if you need more assistance with GRC tools.

Ask A Grant Writer Anything

Sign up for this free 60-minute virtual roundtable, led by Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) Grant Writer Susannah Erler. She says: “nonprofit professionals, bring your grant questions and ask me anything; and maybe we’ll get some crowd-sourced answers from participants too.” Together we are stronger – the goal is to help you ‘Get that Grant’ to support nonprofit 501(c)3 organizations.

Funder Focus: Community Foundation of the Texas Hill Country

Funder Focus Series w/ Susannah ErlerFunder FocusJoin us as we learn more about the Community Foundation of the Texas Hill Country. Gain insights as we hear from CEO Austin Dickson who will describe the foundation’s work to foster a thriving Hill Country, including making grants to nonprofit organizations in 10 Central Texas counties: Bandera, Blanco, Edwards, Gillespie, Kendall, Kerr, Kimble, Mason, Real and Uvalde. Bring your questions as we learn more about the Foundation’s efforts including their Community Impact Fund (whose grant cycle will be opening to applications at the end of May 2024).Funder Focus Host:Susannah Erler, Director, Greater Good StrategiesSusannah Erler started in a public radio career (including being Director of a National Public Radio affiliate) which later morphed into her current calling to support nonprofits. She earned her master's degree in Business with an Arts Administration (Nonprofit) specialization, is a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) and is a Mission Capital Certified Interim Executive Director (ED). Susannah grew up in Austin (but ask her about some of the other places she has lived too) and helps nonprofits in her role as Director of Greater Good Strategies.