Writing grants is not just about the words you use, or the statistics you utilize. It is is a complicated combination of factors to engage your grantmakers so that they say “Yes!” and you win the grant award for your organization.
Participating in “Grant Writing 101: How to Write a Grant That Wins!” will provide you with the basic knowledge and understanding of what elements go into a successful grant application once you have identified an opportunity you want to apply for.
Presenter, Diane H. Leonard, has secured more than $61.6 million in competitive grant awards in the past ten years. In this live, interactive webinar you will learn how to create compelling grant application elements that tell a story so YOU can secure grants for your organization too. We will focus on how to use the common key elements to create a competitive grant application that tells a story that engages the grant reviewer and clearly outlines how you will use the requested grant funds to achieve the stated goals and objectives.
We will look at individual samples of previous applications and discuss how to strengthen them in order to be more competitive and more successful in securing grant awards. We will walk through the critical elements for cover letters/emails, need statements, project descriptions, work plans and logic models, and budget to help get you started on writing a grant that wins!
Participating in “Grant Writing 101: How to Write a Grant That Wins!” will give you a strong framework for your grant writing efforts to ensure that you are putting together highly competitive grant applications and ultimately achieving your desired grant funding success.
During This Nonprofit Webinar You Will Learn:
- How grant applications vary by funder type
- How to competitively address the common key elements of a grant proposal
- How to develop an initial outline for a grant application
- How to create compelling grant application elements that tells a story
- Cover Letter
- Executive Summary
- Statement of Need
- Project Description
- Organization Capacity
- How grant funder research and relationship building support submitting a competitive grant application