Grant Writing - 101
|Venue:||FIU @ I-75 1930 SW 145th Ave, Room 427, Miramar, FL 33027|
Grant Writing 101 is also being offered on April 12, 2017. Click here for more information.
Funders are increasingly interested in an organization’s ability to demonstrate results. During this workshop, participants will learn several easy-to-implement methods for improving fundraising by developing a credible story of results based on program data that can be easily collected by staff.
The training will provide a detailed, hands-on introduction to identifying grant opportunities and preparing effective proposals. Additionally, the training provides instruction on effective grants management techniques.
Designed for those with little or no grant writing experience, the Grant 101 workshop will cover the following topics: learning how to find grants; getting the inside edge; creating winning strategies; and the nuts and bolts of proposal writing. This program teaches the participant the basic techniques of researching private funding, as well as the proper way of contacting the given sources. Participants will learn to discern how funding opportunities match their organization's need and strategies, as they pursue granting opportunities with them.
Grant writing Topics
- Identifying funding priorities
- Assessing grant management capacity
- Researching prospective funders
- Reviewing grant guidelines (hands-on activity)
- Components and characteristics of successful grant proposals
- Reviewing grant proposals (2 hands-on activities)
- Grants management strategies
- Identify appropriate grant opportunities and prospective funders
- Effectively write a grant proposal
- Effectively manage a grant award
Prerequisite: High School Diploma strongly recommended, but not required. At least one year of professional experience.