Grant Writing 101
This beginner-level workshop is intended to help build new capacity for nonprofit organizations and local units of government. This intensive, hands-on training will help aspiring grant writers approach grant writing with increased confidence.
This workshop will help participants …
- know what an organization needs to have in place before writing a grant
- understand how to find grant opportunities
- understand what funders are looking for in grant applications
- learn the key sections of grant proposals
- craft grant proposals sections that tell a coherent and compelling story.
In partnership with Sherburne County Area United Way and the Three Rivers Community Foundation, a Partner Fund of the Initiative Foundation.
The Initiative Foundation’s Nonprofit Academy trainings are part of the mission of the Foundation to serve the people of Central Minnesota. If your organization is located outside our 14 county and two Native nation service area, please contact Nicole Clements regarding options for participating.
Presented by: Deneene Graham
Deneene Graham has worked with nonprofits and public organizations for more than 15 years. During that time, she has held various roles including grant writer, project manager, community impact specialist, research assistant, board member and community volunteer. Her most rewarding and successful roles have been those where she secured grant funding for programs she helped to develop. Deneene has also been on the other side of the grant funding equation as she spent several years coordinating the grantmaking process for a local funder.
- 3/20/2024 | 9:00 am
- 3/20/2024 | 4:00 pm
127 South Rum River Drive, Princeton, Minnesota, 55371, United States
- Nonprofit Academy