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Nonprofit Fundamentals: Grant Writing 201 (Jan. 25 & 26 – two part series)
January 26 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
*this is an online two part workshop, three hours each session to complete class, January 25 & 26; 9:30 am – 12:30 pm each day. Click here to register. *Recommended prerequisite: Grant Writing 101 or intermediate level experience.
Class description: As grant writers gain experience, they play an increasingly significant role in fundraising. This course for developing and intermediate proposal writers helps demystify the more advanced aspects of grant writing that may follow. These include writing federal grant applications; improving upon project budgets; building systems that save time, reduce effort, and improve organizational readiness for grant opportunities; navigating organizational weaknesses or dysfunction; presenting community needs without inadvertently denigrating clients; maintaining national grant writing standards; and stewarding and reporting on grants. Attendees will be inspired to reach new heights and to develop a plan for achieving personal and organizational proposal writing goals. This class is taught by Mark Goldstein, CFRE.
Fundamentals workshops are free for participants from WNC nonprofit organizations with budgets under $50,000. For those with budgets over $50,000, the cost of each online course is $50 per person. Pathways is committed to making these courses accessible to all nonprofit leaders in WNC. If you would like to attend, but the cost is a barrier, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at [email protected].
The Nonprofit Fundamentals Certificate Program courses are offered to nonprofit organizations based in the 18 counties of western North Carolina. Please do not register for classes if you do not meet this criteria. Thank you.