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Org Toolkit: The Basics of Grant Writing- Research & Vetting
April 25, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm UTC-4$10
Basics of Grant Writing- Research and Vetting
Know how to choose the best potential funders and leave the rest behind! Attendees will already have a basic understanding of grants. In this workshop, we’ll cover best practices when it comes to researching and vetting funders. We’ll take a look at how to find the appropriate funders for your organizations, and we’ll talk about how to best engage your funders. Hands-on activities will help guide you through the research & vetting process. This workshop is ideal for smaller and medium-sized non-profits working through their own grants and who may be in need of support.
About the speaker:
Our speaker, Lorinda Gonzalez, is the founder and director of Grants Ink. She is an AGWA Certified Grant Writer and GPA Certified Trainer and has over 10 years of grant writing experience leading to over $11M in awarded funds from government, local and private funders; has taught over 100 workshops; and is continually seeking new opportunities to learn the latest trends in proposal development, which she openly shares with students and clients. Lorinda is also an active member at the Center for Social Change.
Free for C4SC Members | $10 for General Public
The Center for Social Change is located on the corner of Coral Way and SW 21st Avenue in the offices above Xixon restaurant, on the second floor.
If you’re traveling by car: There are metered spaces on Floor 2A of the parking garage attached to 2103 Coral Way. Floor 2A also has disabled permit parking and electric vehicle recharging stations. Cash, Park Jockey, and Pay-by-Phone are all accepted.
There is also metered parking adjacent to the building payable with Pay-by-Phone and there is some free street parking in the surrounding neighborhood, especially south of Coral Way. Be sure to observe “Residents Only” and “No Parking” areas.
If you’re traveling via mass transit: Miami-Dade Bus #24 and the free City of Miami Coral Way Trolley both stop just around the corner from the building. Both bus lines connect to the Vizcaya Metrorail Station at Coral Way and SW 12th Ave.
If you’re traveling by bike: Bicycle racks can be found along the sidewalk in front of the building and in the garage.
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