Does your garage band want to record a studio album? Are you trying to raise money for a worthy community cause? Finding money for your cause or program can be difficult if you don’t know where to begin. This program explores two popular fundraising methods—grant writing and crowdfunding—to help you identify likely funders and develop a winning proposal or crowdfunding campaign. How do you find the right foundation to match your vision? What are the differences between crowdfunding platforms like Kickstarter and Indiegogo? Regardless of the path you choose, writing clearly and persuasively is the key to successfully attracting the attention and approval of donors. Using examples of a garage band looking to record their first album (crowdfunding) and a nurse looking to start a local elder care awareness initiative (grants) this program provides easy steps and winning tips to help you reach your funding goals. Click here for a preview clip. Part of the series Crowdfunding and Grants. A Films for the Humanities & Sciences Production.