Effective Grant Writing - Vancouver
Apr 9 - 10, 2014
Presented by: Ellen Huse
Is your community or non-profit organization looking for funds to develop a project or program, or to sustain what you have already implemented? This story-filled two-day workshop gives you the basics and more for: locating funding sources; articulating your idea into a fully developed proposal; networking with partners; developing a relationship with funding contacts; and, rounding out your proposal with the evaluative and reporting commitments. Learning the language of grant writing greatly increases the chances of success!
Participants are invited to bring current proposal projects, if available, to the second day of the workshop for group and individual assistance.
Day One • Funder Guidelines and Criteria • Proposal Components Step-by-Step
Day Two • Succinct Writing and Formatting • Development of Logic Models, Performance Measurement and Evaluative Tools • Participant Grant Writing Practice and Development • Locating Funding Sources
Extensive funding inventories, templates and additional resources will be provided on DVD to participants. The classic book on writing, The Elements of Style by Strunk & White, will be included with each 2-DAY EFFECTIVE GRANT WRITING WORKSHOP binder.
Ellen Huse, BA, is a consultant with over 12 years of writing successful proposals and managing projects for First Nations communities and non-profit organizations.