San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
This 3-hour hands-on and interactive grant writing workshop includes effective planning strategies, prospect research, how to develop funder relationships, a step-by-step review of the standard sections of a grant proposal, and sample grant proposals. Beginning and experienced grant writers from city, county and state agencies as well as nonprofits, community groups, K-12, colleges and universities as well as anyone interested in grant writing should attend.
A complimentary continental breakfast is included.
YOU WILL LEARN:
•The basics of fundraising and grant writing
•How to research funding sources
•How to approach and cultivate prospects
•How to prepare a winning grant proposal
Content Level: Beginner-Intermediate
Presenter: Michelle Nusum-Smith, Owner & Principal Consultant at The Word Woman LLC
Seating is limited! Register today.
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The Word Woman, LLC
The Word Woman LLC is a full-service nonprofit consulting firm. Our mission is to build the capacity of our clients to achieve their goals by providing a full range of high-quality, professional yet affordable consulting, coaching and training services. Whether you are an individual thinking of starting a nonprofit or leader at an established organization, our team of professionals can assist you with short-term projects or ongoing support to further your mission.
We look forward to seeing you at an upcoming event!
Our mission: To build the capacity of our clients to achieve their goals by providing a full range of high-quality, professional yet affordable consulting services.
"For my first workshop of this kind, I was thoroughly impressed and satisfied with the extensive and helpful information." - A. Holcomb
"The workshop was very helpful and informative. The presenter was very knowledgeable about her subject matter. She has a magnetic personality." - R. Fowlkes-Bey
"This was excellent! I am so impressed with the clarity in which Michelle presented. Her real-life experiences added to the interest. Thanks so much!" - L. Browne.