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    Strategic Grant Seeking and Writing in-person workshop in Browns Bay (FREE for some groups)

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    Whether you’re new to grant writing, or you’ve applied for grants in the past, this workshop will help you gain a better understanding of the grants process and what it takes to be successful in the grant seeking space. 

    In this practical workshop, participants will learn how to develop a compelling and succinct grant application (and funding proposal) that stands out.

    In this workshop we will cover:

    • Overview of current grants environment in NZ.

    • What you must be aware of before you kick off your grant application/funding proposal.

    • The different grant options there are for your organisation and where to look for grants.

    • How to structure and write a winning funding proposal, working through the most common grant application questions.

    • Tips in Grant accountability and reporting.

    This session is ideal for Managers, Trustees and Fundraisers from grassroots and community based not for profit organisations, who want to learn more about the Grant Funding environment and practical strategies to increase their funding success.

    Presenter: Therese Lanigan Behrent

    Date: 28 May 2024

    Time: 9.30am to 12.30pm (arrive between 9.15am to 9.30am to sign in).

    Venue: Heart of the Bays Community Centre, 2 Glen Road, Browns Bay

    Room: Rothesay Room (upstairs)

    Parking: Is on site near the venue, or on streets nearby.

    Cost: $80****

    *****This workshop will be FREE to Not for profit Pasifika groups and organisations and also Not for profit groups/organisations in the Devonport-Takapuna Local Board area and the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board area, due to funding available for these groups*****. IF YOU ARE ONE OF THESE GROUPS CONTACT SIMON FOR YOUR COUPON CODE TO ACCESS THIS WORKSHOP FOR FREE.

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