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Genesis Project's Non-Profit Resource Center

Grant Writing Workshop

We're hosting a one-day Grant Writing Power workshop on February 18, 2016.  Cost is $125 for the full day, which includes
all training materials.  The training is designed to identify actual
funding opportunities available to our community, dialogue and build collaborative
partnerships with other organizations to pursue
funding, learn the grant writing process from start to finish, and be matched
with others pursuing similar funding opportunities to form grant writing teams
geared to capitalize on limited resources and eliminate duplicate efforts..

Facilitator,
Dr.Greg Muller has engaged in a wide range of capacity building across the nation, served as lead evaluator on the state and federal level, sat on review
panels for Dept of Health & Human Services, Dept of Education and Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. He is a performance artist and
results engineer. 

 

 

 

 

 

 


HUD is making available through $9,109,000 for
Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and Housing Opportunities for Persons With
AIDS (HOPWA).

$18 millions available for communities to Strengthen HIV/AIDS Continuum of Care Services Jobs Plus Pilot Program

$24 million for the Jobs Plus Pilot program for
Public Housing Agencies (PHAs) to develop locally-based approaches to increase
earnings and advance employment outcomes for Public Housing residents.


$$$$$ available for Engaging Young Adults with
Community-Based Conservation and Recreation Opportunities


$$$$$ available for Home and Family Based
Approaches for the Prevention or Management of Overweight or Obesity in Early
Childhood

Our Training is targeted for both beginners and
experienced grant writers. Focus is on finding actual grant opportunities and
working collaboratively to write successful grant proposals, quickly,
efficiently, and accurately. Training covers every aspect of the grant writing
process, start to finish: how to find a grant; understanding grant application
language and terms; organizing and writing a grant proposal; understanding the
grant review process; resubmission; and more.

 Participants will walk away with a grant writing
toolkit, connection to a local non-profit resource hub, and ideally connected
to others who will work with you to write and submit proposals for desired
funding opportunities. Lunch is on your own.

 February 18, 2016

9am-3pm (w/ 1 hour lunch break)

5104 Reagan Drive, Suite 5

Charlotte, NC 28206

 

 Registration Fee $125.

 **Registration fee can be paid by donation below:

$125.00 donation to register

 

 

 

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