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DIY Grant Writing Series Part One
July 7, 2020 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT$15
The DIY Grant Writing Program presented by Grants Ink © in collaboration with The Center for Social Change is focused on providing nonprofit and fiscally-sponsored organizations a clear cut practical framework on how to find, acquire, and sustain grant funding that can be put into action right away! When we’re done, grant writing will go from being a stressful and mundane task to an empowering way for you to increase impact and make a real change in your community!
Part One: Overview of the basics of grant research and writing. In this introductory 2-hour workshop we’ll discuss what a grant application entails, how to make your proposal pop and where to find grant opportunities.
Part Two: Overview of grant funding strategy and best practices.
Part Three: Practical application of grant writing and research. (More information coming soon)
About the presenter:
Grants Ink © mission is to empower nonprofits with the knowledge and skills to craft proposals that attract funders and create real change in the community. We believe that grant funds should be equally accessible to all qualified nonprofits and that with the right tools, organizations can achieve sustainability and growth. We’re here to support impactful causes that serve our communities needs and create a better world for all.
Lorinda Gonzalez is an AGWA Certified Grant Writer and Trainer and Director of Grants Ink ©.
She brings over 10 years of grant writing experience to the team leading to over $14M in awarded funds from government, local and private funders.
This workshop will be hosted on Zoom. You will receive the link to access the workshop via email after signing up.
The workshop recording will be available for viewing for a limited time to participants who complete the evaluation survey at the end of the workshop.
Image and Audio Consent and Release:
This workshop will be recorded. By attending this event, you acknowledge that your image and audio may be captured in the recording pending your participation, and you agree that the Center for Social Change reserves the right to license, sell, archive, maintain, distribute, and/or share the workshop recording for any reason or purpose, and you release the Center for Social Change from all liability related to the live virtual workshop or the use of its recording.