If you are new to grant writing and research, or find yourself with experience writing grants without receiving funding, this is the class for you.
This one-day class is designed for beginners, as well as practiced grant writers who need to understand the elements of a proposal and how to successfully integrate each into a successful proposal, as well as the process for successful grant research.
This workshop will cover basic grant writing objectives, the seven elements of almost every proposal, formatting, how to customize proposals to the granting organization, developing relationships with donors and grant management.
This workshop will also help you learn the details needed to begin research, to conduct successful grant research, and the skill set to help save you time in your searches so you can actually begin writing. We will cover the details needed before you can begin any research, management of research to make efficient use of your time, how to locate available grants on the local, state and government levels, how to navigate organizational websites to locate funding opportunities, grant databases and other resources that fit your specific needs, as well as pitfalls to avoid that will save you time and cut down on frustration as you work to locate donors whose priorities match your needs.
During this 8-hour workshop you will hear real stories from the non-profit world, do’s and don’ts of grant writing, you will have access to successfully funded proposals and you will leave with the skill set to begin writing quality grant applications.
Tuesday, March 6 | 9 am – 5 pm EST | Queens University of Charlotte Levine Center (24 on map) | 1900 Selwyn Avenue | Charlotte, NC 28274