Grant Wars: How to Win a Seat at the Table
Grantwriting involves many steps. An agency must conduct an internal review of policies and procedures as well as have buy in from the board of directors. This workshop will be a two-part series that explains grantwriting topics.
Part I – Feb. 28, 2019
The recipe for a successful grant includes: Statement of need, Goals and objectives, Project Activities, Evaluation Plans, Organizational Information and Attachments. This workshop will discuss these different elements of a grant as well as where to look for start up funding.
Part II – Mar 28, 2019
This workshop will review the elements in Part I and the group will work on developing these elements for their own agency. The trainer will provide individual and group feedback on the proposals they are preparing. There will be opportunities to partner with more experienced agencies to seek joint funding opportunities.
*We strongly encourage participants to attend both workshops of the series.
Bettie Murchison has over 20 years of experience in nonprofit management. She founded two nonprofit organizations in Wake County that operated with a multimillion dollar budget and over 150 employees. These agencies grew from a $10,000 grant she wrote after completing a Certificate Program in Nonprofit Management from Duke University. Bettie has served on many nonprofit boards including Habitat for Humanity of Wake County, the Salvation Army Advisory Council, NC Freedom Monument Park, Preservation NC, and other local and statewide agencies. She offers monthly training sessions for nonprofit and for profit agencies through her agency Oasis Training and Consulting. Bettie has organized collaborative partnerships between these agencies that supports their work and attracts funding opportunities.
Register early, as this workshop will fill up fast. For more information, please contact Angela Milton at email@example.com.