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 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.