The Chronicle of Philanthropy is hosting two online chat events this week.  You can submit questions ahead of time, whether you can attend the chat live or not.  Grant writing and international philanthropy will be discussed:

The first is a live discussion this Tuesday, April 14, at noon Eastern time about grant writing strategies. We’ve invited three experts to take questions from Chronicle readers on this topic — and we expect the session to produce some excellent ideas for those who are competing for grants in this difficult economy. You can join the discussion or submit a question here.

The other event focuses on international philanthropy and it takes place this Thursday April 16th at noon Eastern time. Experts will be taking questions on how overseas organizations are dealing with the recession. You can get the details here.

We’ll offer free transcripts of both discussions at http://philanthropy.com/live once they are complete. And I invite you to spread the word to others who might be interested in participating in either event.

Thanks to Peter Panepento, The Chronicle’s Web editor for making these opportunities available!

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Posted on 13 April 2009

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