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Proposal Writing with Judith Margolin
Thursday, March 14, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM (EDT)
Learn how to craft a proposal
that is tailored to match your funder's areas of interest.
Seminar will cover
Components of a foundation grant proposal
How to put yourself in the grant maker’s shoes
Variety of proposals and submission techniques
What to do if the answer is yes – or no
Identifying the most suitable foundation prospect for your organization
Customizing your proposal to appeal to your targeted foundation
Learn through group exercises derived from
real-life foundation grant proposals.
Participants will receive training certification from the Connecticut Association of Nonprofits and The Foundation Center Cooperating Collection of the New Haven Free Public Library. C.E.U.s are available.
Instructor Judith Margolin is a Stamford-based consultant and workshop leader on foundations and grants. She served for several years as Vice President for Planning and Evaluation at the Foundation Center, the nation’s leading authority on philanthropy. Her books include The Individual’s Guide to Grants and Financing a College Education. She has also edited multiple editions of the Foundation Center’s how-to books, including Foundation Fundamentals, Guide to Proposal Writing, Grantseeker’s Guide to Winning Proposals, and After the Grant.
This seminar is designed for:
Board members and other volunteers
Freelance grant writers
*$55 registration fee includes coffee/nosh and lunch.
Space is limited!
For more info call Seth Godfrey at 203-946-8130 ext 211 or firstname.lastname@example.org
SUBWAY SEMINARS are produced in collaboration with the Connecticut Association of Nonprofits and with funding from the Frederick A. DeLuca Foundation and Subway Restaurants.
When & Where
New Haven Free Public Library
The Main (Ives) branch of the New Haven Free Public Library system is located at 133 Elm St., across from the New Haven Green, corner of Elm and Temple. Yale Lot #51 on Temple Street (across the street from the library) opens to the public at 4pm, and there are 2-hour parking meters on streets surrounding the library. More information may be found at www.nhfpl.org.
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