Learn the basics of grantwriting from the experts. Join other grant seekers in a four-hour workshop designed to give you an introduction to proposal development and tips on grantwriting language and writing styles. Participants are encouraged to bring an idea for a grant proposal so that this workshop can serve as an opportunity to get a jump start.
This training is approved for 3 social work continuing education credit (CEU) hours by Grand Valley State University School of Social Work, an approved provider with the Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative-Provider MICEC-0004. Those requesting 3 social work CEUs will pay $15 at the door on the day of the training and will be mailed a certificate of completion.
This workshop will be facilitated by Diane Kimoto, Ph.D., Professor in the School of Public, Nonprofit and Health Administration at GVSU and Matthew Downey, M.P.A., Nonprofit Services Program Director at the Johnson Center for Philanthropy.
Diane Kimoto has been writing grants for over 23 years. She's been involved with grantwriting at the University of Southern California, University of Alabama and now at Grand Valley. Through her grantwriting course at Grand Valley she partners her students with real nonprofits at the local, national, and international levels to secure grant monies and develop fund sustainability.
· In the event that you are unable to attend a workshop or course after registering, please call Kristian at 616-331-9035 or email firstname.lastname@example.org in advance to be be refunded or credited for another event.
· No call, no shows for workshops will be credited to use for a later event.
When & Where
Johnson Center for Philanthropy
Established in 1992, the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy is an academic center of Grand Valley State University. We conduct research, provide professional and organizational development, and create and share tools for nonprofits, foundations, and others seeking to transform their communities for the public good.