Resource Helps UW Faculty and Staff to Obtain Funding from Private Sources
January 28, 2013 — Are you searching for more funding sources for your program or research?
As the spring semester begins, the University of Wyoming Foundation reminds faculty and staff of the Foundation Resource Center (FRC), an important resource that helps secure funding from private foundations.
The center’s goal is to increase opportunities for successfully securing private funding that enhances the university's colleges, departments and units. The service is free.
The process for exploring potential private funding opportunities is relatively easy. Contact the center; answer a series of questions that outline the project objectives and funding needs; share the idea with your college dean or program director; and submit it for review.
Staff members will respond within two weeks to discuss the potential private funding sources. You write the first draft of a proposal and, once it is polished with the assistance of FRC staff, it will be submitted.
For more information, visit the website (www.uwyo.edu/frc) or contact one of the following: your college or unit major gift officer; Major Gift Officer/Foundation Relations Katrina McGee at (307) 766-4266 or email@example.com; Corporate and Foundation Relations Specialist Candace Garman at (307) 766-3723 or firstname.lastname@example.org; or Senior Director of Corporate and Foundation Development Chris Spooner at (307) 766-5087 or email@example.com.