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Grants in Plain Sight

June 6, 2020 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

$45

Grants in Plain Sight

This workshop will explore the many sources of grants and the components go into a proposal. Additionally, strategies for how to manage a grant once it has been awarded.

  • Understand the grant terminology
  • How to research Grants
  • Completing mock proposals
  • Know how Grants are scored
  • Learn the importance of partnership before writing a grant
  • Learn what grant reviewers look for in scoring the many proposals

If you represent an organization with a 501c3 status for over two years or more and have developed a partnership with like community groups, local governments, churches, etc., this workshop is for you.

Key Take-Aways:

The importance of partnership in any endeavor. The standard steps in all grant proposals. The importance of not becoming a grant chaser but focus on those grants that fit your specific project/program only.

Speaker’s Bio:

Christina Pollard-Hair

Christina Pollard-Hair has over 30 years’ experience as an Independent Contractor/Grant Researcher understanding the grant process Language-Bids/ Proposals-Scholarship Search. And Facilitator of basic grant information, business development and professional development workshops for childcare providers.

Also, highly experienced in working behind the scenes as an Independent Contractor/Grant Reviewer for the past 20 years reading, scoring, and recommending proposals for funding through Federal, State and local initiatives.

Cost: All SCORE workshops are $45 with pre-paid registration; Veterans are $25 with pre-paid registration and valid Military ID (verified at check-in); Fontbonne students free with valid student ID; or $55 at-the-door, subject to availability.

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