Many of us are writing grants under a time crunch, dashing off what we think the funder wants to hear in the hopes that something will stick. Spending some time preparing for grant writing before you start writing can increase your success rate and actually cut down on your time commitment.
The objective of this webinar is to provide an approach to grant writing that will increase your opportunity for a successful outcome.
The aim is to enable the participants to feel confident that they can approach a grant with an understanding of what is expecting of them and how they can talk about their project in a way that will be of interest to the funder.
This webinar includes a template for a background document that provides much of the organizational materials that you will need to have handy, as well as a checklist to follow so that your approach to each grant is well organized.
The length of the webinar is 45 min plus 15 min for Q&A.
Cheryl Ewing has over three decades of experience in program and community development. Having worked in the municipal, educational, for profit and not-for-profit sectors Ms. Ewing brings a broad perspective to the working climate of organizations and continues to serve as a member of grant review teams as well as someone who submits grants annually. She brings a hands-on appreciation to the trials and tribulations of grant writing and some very useful approaches to the work. Sought after as a facilitator from coast to coast, Ewing brings a sense of humour and appreciation for the various issues faced by her clients including their lack of time and human resources.