This workshop will explore the many sources of grants and the components that 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.
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.
-Upon registering you will receive a confirmation email with the SCORE Zoom link to attend.
-You do not need a Zoom account to participate.
-Registration closes 24 hours before the start of the workshop.
-Please connect 5 minutes in advance to be sure you have a good connection. The workshop begins promptly at 11 AM and concludes by 12PM.