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Tips from a Former Grantmaker: Live Proposal Review w/ Shavonn Richardson

Hosted by Instrumentl & Shavonn Richardson, MBA, GPC
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Have you ever written a proposal, but it didn't get funded? Have you asked for feedback from a potential funder and received no response?

You and your team may ask "what gives" after spending hours crafting a thoughtful and competitive proposal. Grant writing can be challenging. However, grant writing is much easier with experienced insight.

Join us for this 1 hour partner workshop where Shavonn Richardson, MBA, GPC, reviews an actual proposal live and provides practical, real-world insight. 

Want your proposal reviewed and to get actionable advice from the viewpoint of a former grant maker and active federal reviewer? Let us know when you register by 10/9 and we'll send you a link!

Attendees of this session will get: 

  • How to set your proposal up for success before you even start writing

  • How to make your next proposal more competitive

  • How to avoid common mistakes many nonprofits make

  • How to structure your proposal to maximize the points earned in each section

Target Audience:  Nonprofit leaders and grant professionals
Experience Level:  Basic

About Shavonn Richardson, MBA, GPC - Shavonn has reviewed countless sponsorship and grant proposals as a former corporate foundation grantmaker. She supported Bank of America's Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives for the Atlanta metropolitan area and helped distribute over $1.5 million annually to local nonprofits. She has also served as a federal grant reviewer for HRSA and other federal agencies.
Shavonn earned the GPC (Grant Professional Certified) credential from the Grant Professionals Certification Institute and is a Grant Professionals Association Approved Trainer. She also serves on the Board of Directors of the Grant Professionals Association. She also earned a BBA from Howard University and an MBA from Emory University.

Don’t delay, save your spot in this grant workshop today.