Tell a Gripping Tale: A Writing Workshop for Grant Writers
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This writing workshop is designed for social workers, teachers, and (human service) nonprofit workers who are writing grant proposals.
Goals and Objectives:
- How to write an unforgettable story about your mission and the difference your organization is making.
- How to describe your program in vivid, attention-grabbing, evidence-based prose.
- How to emphasize your program’s opportunities in the midst of challenge and change.
- How to “decode” funders' calls for proposals so you can determine if your program is a likely fit.
- How to understand funders' stated priorities and to anticipate their unstated priorities.
- How to save time and energy with a letter of inquiry.
- How to emphasize specific ways your program matches the prospective funder's priorities.
Presenter: Naomi Clark, Ph.D.
Naomi Clark, Ph.D. teaches professional and college writing at Loras College in Dubuque, IA. She has professional writing experience in nonprofit management, legal, and academic contexts. She is passionate about making funding opportunities accessible to those who serve the most vulnerable in our communities.
NASW-IA has determined that this program meets the criteria of the Iowa Board of Social Work for 3.0 hours of social work ethics continuing education.
For additional information, please contact Kimberlee Gregory at firstname.lastname@example.org or 515.635.5184