Grant Writing Workshop for Non-Profits
Grant Writing's Optimum Role in Your Organization (And the Processes to Fully Realize This)
Registration deadline is August 8! Seating is limited so register NOW!
The code for Chamber member pricing is BCC2019NN
Complimentary continental breakfast served at 8:30 a.m.
This fast paced and interactive workshop will assist you in assessing grant writing's role in your overall fund development efforts and using your strategic planning process to guide your grant applications. We will review key policies and practices that every organization should deploy, how to get key players involved in the development process, and what makes a good application great.
Additionally we will spend time discussing practical applications as well as do's, don'ts and slaying some myths that remain about grant writing's role in a healthy nonprofit's efforts to advance its mission.
All participants should come prepared to share, learn, and plan. Curriculum will include assessment tools, discovery sessions and best practices.
This workshop will provide participants with the following:
- An understanding of what funding organizations look for in grant recipients
- The components of a successful grant proposal
- Customizable to-do list
- Key strategies to engage program staff and finance people
This workshop is designed to benefit grant writers at all levels of experience. Seasoned grant writers will get direct input from granting entities and best practices to get from good to great. Intermediate and beginning grant writers will obtain a manageable comprehensive overview with guidance to strengthen their fund development base.
Presenter- Tom Williams, Capacity Building Consultant, Nonprofit Network- Jackson Michigan
Capacity building is about increasing team member skills, enhancing staff and board member role clarity and assisting the team to relate more effectively among themselves and with the community. Building on his time as an Executive Director and organizational developer at the state and national level, Tom has been working with nonprofits since 1996 to enhance these key capacity building areas. He supports these entities through individual coaching sessions, group facilitation and topic specific workshops.