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Writing Winning Grant Proposals
July 9, 2019 @ 9:30 am - 4:30 pm EDT
Certificate Program: Executive Leadership
While nonprofits complain about the difficulty of obtaining funding from foundations, foundations complain about the scarcity of really good proposals. In this workshop, we will discuss what makes a project compelling to a funder, and how to paint a vibrant picture of your organization and programs through the limited format of a typical proposal.
In this workshop, participants will:
- The language of proposal writing
- The eleven basic components of a proposal
- How to “attack” an RFP
- How to develop strong program objectives
This workshop is best suited for:
- Proposal writers with less than three years of experience
- Executive directors, program directors and development directors with proposal writing job responsibilities
Pat Richter has been affiliated with the Support Center since 2002 in many capacities, including as a volunteer facilitator of workshops, affiliated consultant, C.O.O. interim, and most recently the Interim Director of Consulting. She consults with nonprofits and foundations both large and small. She has worked with a multitude of organizations to complete organizational assessment, including the PSE&G Foundation and the Horizon Foundation. Their findings were subsequently integrated into successful grant fund requests.
Pat has a Master’s in Public Administration from Pace University and has completed advanced coursework in alcoholism studies from Rutgers University. Areas of expertise include proposal writing, strategic planning, program planning, research, and organization assessments. Fields of expertise include health, developmental disabilities, and domestic and substance abuse.
**Our registration system is not available, please email w[email protected] to register for this workshop**
|Under $200,000 (or individual/student)||$105|
|$200,000 to $1 million (or consultant)||$180|
|$1 million to $5 million||$230|
|Over $5 million||$250|