Nonprofits, churches and schools are constantly battling a growing demand for services with shrinking funds. Foundation grant writing offers a potential solution.
Funding for Good is bringing its one-day Grant Writing & Research Workshop to Charlotte, NC on March 6thto help clear up the confusion and offer insight on this complex fundraising path.
"Grant funding is highly competitive," says Amanda Pearce, Owner, Funding for Good. "There is an art to how successful grants are written and the most successful organizations understand that."
This 8-hour workshop will cover the basic do's and don'ts of grant writing, the seven elements of almost every proposal and how to customize proposals for better success. Participants will also learn the process for successful grant research and how to better develop and manage donor relationships.
Pearce says "When you know the pitfalls to avoid, you will save time and cut down on frustration as you work to locate donors whose priorities match your needs."
Real stories from the non-profit world will serve as case studies for the group and participants will also be able to review successfully funded proposals.
If you are new to grant writing or have written grants before without receiving funding check out the workshop March 6th from 9am-5pm at Queens University of Charlotte Levine Center (24 on map) | 1900 Selwyn Avenue | Charlotte, NC 28274.
For detailed information and to register, visit fundingforgood.org. For additional questions, contact Amanda Pearce at 704-614-8703.