Write on the Money with Stacey Murphy
Want to learn the elements of a sound grant proposal? Ever wonder why some funders love your project, but others aren't interested? If you are new to grant writing, or if you or your program staff struggle with how to translate your program ideas into fundable proposals, this workshop may help you.
This is a workshop for anyone interested in learning how to find grants online and how to write successful grant proposals. It will provide an overview of basics around successful grant preparation and writing. Grant workshops often devote whole days or multiple days to these topics. This morning-long session will provide basic tips to get you started and allow time for questions.
Bring your idea, program, or project on which you are working. The exercises of the morning will move through the process of drafting language for your proposal, while we explore the following concepts:
-What makes an organization or program grant ready?
-Ethos, Pathos, and Logos: Why Aristotle would have been a great grant writer
-Essential parts of a proposal, including the budget
-How NOT to get funded - details matter!
-Some resources for finding funders
-Differences and similarities between local, state and federal resources
NOTE: Register by February 20 and get a chance to help shape the morning content around searching for new funding! Stacey believes actionable examples offer the best learning and welcomes samples that will help attendees leave as prepared as possible.
All registration sales are final.
Borg Warner Room, Tompkins County Public Library (View)
101 E. Green St.
Ithaca, NY 14850
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|