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How to Find and Get Grants!
November 10, 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm ESTFree
RIT’s Center for Urban Entrepreneurship, Central Library of Rochester, Just Cause, and the Urban League of Rochester have organized a workshop to help organizations with limited budgets learn about grant writing and the tips and tricks to help you submit a successful proposal.
Workshop: How to Find and Get Grants!
Date: November 10, 2021
Time: 12:00pm – 1:00pm via webinar
This introductory webinar is for those new to grant writing. The focus is on writing grants to support programs, capital projects, and operations at nonprofit organizations and businesses. Workshop participants will learn about the essential elements common to foundation, corporate, and government grants. Topics will include:
1. How to find the best grant opportunities.
2. Preparing information commonly required in grant applications;.
3. Things you can do NOW to get ready to apply for grants.
Hand-on Grant Writing session: Details to come if eligible.
Date: December 1, 2021
Location: RIT CUE 40 Franklin Street Rochester, NY 14604
Margit Brazda Poirier, GPC, M.S., Owner and Founder of Grants4Good LLC® (www.grants4good.com), created the company in 2009 to help nonprofit organizations and businesses find and get grant funding. She is one of only 350 nationally-certified Grant Professionals and 1 of only 20 Approved Trainers in the U.S. on this topic.
Margit and her team have written and received millions in grants for nonprofits and businesses– and she has the unique perspective of understanding both grant seeking and grant making, given her experience leading a prominent New York foundation.
Her passion is teaching others to secure grant funding through her online course, All About Grant Writing (www.allaboutgrantwriting.com).
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