If you’re working or volunteering in the nonprofit sector, odds are you’ll find yourself working on a grant proposal someday. You might even inherit the responsibility of writing all of your organization’s grants – a prospect that can feel overwhelming, risky, or uncertain. This workshop will teach you about the proposal lifecycle, from research to submission, and how to develop a strong grant writing plan. You’ll also have a chance to practice writing the key components of the workshop. During this day of experiential learning, we’ll cover the following topics:
The last hour (3:30-4:30pm) is an optional one-hour session for those interested in learning more specifics about finding and submitting federal grants through Grants.gov. This add-on is available through registration and will cost an additional $5.
Katie Howard has been helping nonprofits in Spokane raise money since 2002. She applies her deep experience with writing winning grants to nonprofits' fundraising plans and specializes in helping nonprofits articulate the case for support that will attract donors to their mission and programs. She also writes and designs the collateral materials that underscore donor relationship building. Throughout her career, she has helped organizations raise more than $103 million.
Thursday, December 8, 2016 8:30 AM - 4:30 PMPacific Time
Northeast Community Center4001 N Cook StSpokane, WA 99207
Washington Nonprofits is pleased to offer its members a discounted price. If you are interested in becoming a member, please find more information here.
$10 Members of Washington Nonprofits
An additional $5 for the session on federal grantwriting
25% off additional registrants. We encourage teams! Please use the additional registrant button, your cart will total at the end.
Full refunds are available with 48 hours notice.
Presented by Washington Nonprofits and the City of Spokane in partnership with KH Consulting.
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