Grantwriting: Telling a Compelling Story
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In a COVID-19 world, diversifying your funding streams has become even more critical. With new grant opportunities available, crafting a compelling application which includes all of the key components is critical. This Grantwriting 101 workshop will prepare your for completing a grant application and identify the basic components and teach you how to communicate effectively to someone who may not be familiar with your organization or your mission.
Who Should Attend:
- Executive Directors & CEOs
- This workshop will identify the necessary preparation for completing a grant application.
- You will learn the most common types of information nonprofits are asked to provide.
- You will learn the key components of an effective case for support.
- You will learn tips and tricks for engaging reviewers who may be unfamiliar with your organization.
Instructor: Stephanie Cory, CAP®, CFRE
About Stephanie Cory, CAP®, CFRE
Stephanie Cory, CAP®, CFRE is an experienced fundraising generalist with specific experience as a grant researcher and writer. First as a staff member then as a consultant, she has helped start-up, small, and mid-sized nonprofits secure funding from public sources such as the Administration on Aging, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, and the State of Delaware Grant-in-Aid program as well as corporate foundations across the country and private foundations throughout Pennsylvania and Delaware. Stephanie has worked with organizations of all sizes—from grassroots with no paid staff to multi-campus health care providers with upward of $50 million in annual revenue.
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