1881 Worcester Road Framingham
Nonprofit organizations often seek grant support but fall short in receiving an award. Competition for grants continues to grow as government funding dwindles. Learning to organize the proposal content then incorporating techniques to get-to-the-point quickly has never been more crucial. Participants will learn how to present their case for support no matter the type or size of grant they are requesting.
This workshop helps participants prepare successful paper and paperless proposal narratives. The intended learning goals are as follows:
- Prepare reviewer friendly proposals
- Use a section-by-section outline to create a proposal template prior to an individual application
- Apply deductive writing into their proposals
- Create effective charts and tables that provide an at-a-glance reference for reviewers
- Edit without losing content then using grammar check programs to correct errors
- Write clearly, concisely, comprehensively, and competitively
This workshop is a high quality, high value opportunity for participants to learn the craft of grant-proposal writing. The three-hour, half-day workshop entitled Writing to Win provides learning opportunities for novice and intermediate grant seekers.
This is a private training for members of Advocates only. If you would like us provide a similar workshop for your team, please contact us at (860) 657-9734 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.