Basics in Grantwriting (Wilmington)
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For most nonprofits, grant funding is part of the overall funding plan. Learning to write grants that capture the attention of the funder is essential. In this workshop, participants will learn strategies to determine if a funder is a good fit, the components of a grant proposal, and what to include in each and how to connect funders with both the heart and head of the organization.
Facilitator: Debbie DiVirgilio
Debbie is a Certified Governance Trainer through BoardSource and has more than 20 years of experience serving in the nonprofit sector in Maryland, Delaware and across the United States. Debbie is a nonprofit coach, consultant, teacher, facilitator and certified grant professional who holds a Master s Degree in Nonprofit Management from Regis University. She has served on the Board of Directors of the Grant Professionals Institute for seven years, and has served as a federal grant reviewer. Debbie is a Credentialed Christian Nonprofit Leader through the Christian Leadership Alliance and Azusa Pacific University. She began partnering with DANA within the last two years and is committed to helping nonprofits thrive.