Maggie Gunther Osborn: Researching Preparation of Grants

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Maggie Gunther Osborn: Researching Preparation of Grants

  1. 1. Nonprofit Leadership SymposiumMarch 23, 2012Maggie Gunther OsbornVice PresidentFlorida Philanthropic Network
  2. 2. Today’s Agenda Florida Giving Highlights & Trends Resources & Opportunities for Social Purpose Businesses
  3. 3. Florida Foundation Giving $1.60 $1.50 $1.40 $ Billions $1.30 $1.20 $1.10 $1.00 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
  4. 4. 2012 Florida Grantmaking OutlookChange in Grant Dollars: 2012 vs. 2011 8% Stay the Same Increase 23% Decrease 69%
  5. 5. 2012 Florida Grantmaking OutlookChange in Assets: 2012 vs. 2011 6% Stay the Same 9% Increase Decrease NA 48% 37%
  6. 6. FL Grantmakers’ Changes in 2012 Increase Decrease No ChangeFunding public policy or advocacy work 29% 0% 71%Capacity building/strategic planning 16% 3% 81%grantsProgram support 16% 3% 81%General/operating support 15% 8% 77%Multi-year grants 5% 13% 82%Support for capital campaigns 0% 19% 71%
  7. 7. FL Grantmakers’ Changes in 2012 Increase Decrease No ChangeFunding public policy or advocacy work 29% 0% 71%Capacity building/strategic planning 16% 3% 81%grantsProgram support 16% 3% 81%General/operating support 15% 8% 77%Multi-year grants 5% 13% 82%Support for capital campaigns 0% 19% 71%
  8. 8. Changes Beyond Grantmaking 2012 Increase collaboration & partnership with grantees & other funders 79% Offer more nonmonetary assistance to nonprofits (technicalassistance, convenings, volunteerism, et 49% c.) Engage in more policy and advocacy work 27% Increase gifts of in-kind products and services 9%
  9. 9. FL Foundation Giving Highlights Florida foundation & corporate giving totaled $1.37 billion 8.3% Florida foundation assets totaled $18.8 billion 4.5% 4,134 active grantmakers in Florida 1.3%
  10. 10. FL Foundation Giving Breakdown 1% of Florida grantmakers gave 46% of all grant dollars 4.8% of Florida grantmakers gave 71% of all grant dollars
  11. 11. FL Grantmaking by Subject AreaPublic Affairs/Society Benefit 24.1% Human Services 16.8% Health 16.5% Arts & Culture 14.2% Education 11.4%
  12. 12. FL Grantmaking by Geographic Area Where Florida Grant Dollars Originated Southeast FL 53.5% Central FL 12.1%Central West FL 11.3% Northeast FL 9.4%North Central FL 5.5% Southwest FL 5.2%Central East FL 2.4% Northwest FL 0.7%
  13. 13. FL Grantmaking by County Grants Paid % of Total1. Miami-Dade County $363.9M 26.6%2.Palm Beach County $256.8M 18.7%3. Orange County $116.2 M 8.5%4. Duval County $110.4 M 8.1%….. ….. …..13. Alachua County $20.9 M 1.5%
  14. 14. FL Grantmaking by Geographic Area Where Florida Grant Dollars Went Outside FL 56.9% Southeast FL 24.9%Central West FL 5.3% Northeast FL 3.7%North Central FL 3.6% Central FL 2.9% Southwest FL 1.7%Central East FL 0.8% Northwest FL 0.3%
  15. 15. FL Grantmaking by Type of Support Florida U.S. Diff.Program Support 27.8% 51.0% -23.2%General Support 25.3% 21.7% +3.6%Capital Support 14.9% 13.5% +1.4%Research 7.4% 13.8% -6.4%Student Aid Funds 3.3% 3.5% -0.2%Not Specified 30.1% 18.2% +11.9%
  16. 16. Total Florida Charitable Giving
  17. 17. Individual Giving in Florida IndividualFloridians gave $10.5 billion to charity 8.8% Charitable bequests totaled $2.27 billion 7.9%
  18. 18. Download the Report Giving in Florida, 2012 Edition fpnetwork.org/ourresearch
  19. 19. Download the Report 2012 Florida Grantmaking Outlook Report fpnetwork.org/ourresearch
  20. 20. “The objective of any nonprofit should be toachieve the maximum social impact, notjust to have some social impact.” Mario Morino, Venture Philanthropy Partners
  21. 21. Sources of Revenue• Individuals  Earned Income• Corporations  Venture Capital• Foundations  Mission Related Investments• Associations & Religious  Program Related Investments Organizations  New Business Models• Government
  22. 22. ResourcesWhat are you reading?(Stanford Social Innovations Review/ Chronicle / Economist / HBR/ The TippingPoint/ The Networked Nonprofit)What are you involved in beyond your ownorganizations?(Committee or Task Force / Chamber / Planning Commissions / ProfessionalGroups)Local MSO?Florida Philanthropic Network
  23. 23. www.leapofreason.org
  24. 24. OpportunitiesAre you a source of data and cutting edge researchand movements in the social sector for yourdonors, the media, public leaders?What is your brand?How do you tell your story?Who are your partners?
  25. 25. OpportunitiesI know you are saying “show me the money” but…What are you doing about system change?How are you demonstrating your impact?Who are your advocates and what are they sayingand to whom?If you have answers for these, then you are headedtowards the money!
  26. 26. Conversation and Questions
  27. 27. If you want to build a ship, dont drum uppeople to collect wood and dont assignthem tasks and work, but rather teach themto long for the endless immensity of the sea. Antoine de Saint-Exup
  28. 28. Connect With FPN813.983.7399info@fpnetwork.orgwww.fpnetwork.orgblog.fpnetwork.org @flphilanthropy facebook.com/flphilanthropy

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