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Raising Funds for Criminal Justice Advocacy

December 11, 2012
This webinar provided training on criminal justice advocacy fundraising strategies, including best practices for identifying potential funders, cultivating relationships with foundations, and submitting grant proposals.

The Sentencing Project’s Director of Development Marc Levin hosted a webinar providing criminal justice reform advocates with best practices and strategies for fundraising and writing grant proposals.

The webinar slides are available for download below.

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