Become a Grant Writer

Writing winning grants is a highly-sought after skill. All of us have dreams and passions, both in our professional lives and as members of our communities, but it takes money to make those dreams a reality. This workshop will teach you the techniques you need to get the necessary funding to carry out your inspiration. Learn to write a good proposal and ways to make your proposal stand out. Discover the six common reasons that grant decision-makers decline a proposal. Identify 10 strategies that will make your proposal stand out above others, and learn how to write the seven basic parts of a proposal. Lynn O'Connell has worked in the nonprofit sector for 30 years. As a consultant, she writes proposals for both nonprofit organizations and small businesses. She is executive director of Computer C.O.R.E. , giving low-income adults technological and professional skills needed to pursue their career aspirations. She is editor of two publications for nonprofit professionals, Development Director's Letter and WealthEngine News. Lynn holds a certificate in nonprofit management from Duke University as well as a Master's in philanthropy from Indiana University.

Code:3271BA
Dates:December 8, 2018 Check for other dates
Meets:One Sat., 9AM-4PM 12/08
Location:CFU LOWRY: Near 1st & Quebec
Fee:$113
You could save $14.00 on this course by becoming a member of CFU Membership
Notes:$15 - $30 optional materials fee payable in class. There will be a one hour lunch break.

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