WHDC 4th Annual Grant Writing Workshop, Free, August 10th!

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West Harlem Development Corporation invites you to attend its 4th Annual Grant Writing Workshop on Thursday, August 10, 2017.

 

Location: International House located at 500 Riverside Drive, NY, NY 10027
(Room: Home Room)
Time: 8:45 am to 5pm.

A light breakfast will be served from 8:45 a.m. to 9 a.m. Lunch will also be served. Space is limited, so you MUST R.S.V.P. to the link below no later than Friday, August 4th by 12 Noon.

Preference will be given to organizations from West Harlem-Manhattan Community District 9 (see map).
Our grant writing workshops are free, in-depth training to write solid grant proposals to help support your organization’s programming and mission.

 

For more details, please see the workshop description and outline below:
FROM RFPs TO WINNING PROPOSALS:
DESIGNING SOLID PROJECTS AND WRITING COMPETITIVE GRANTS
Instructor: Ursula N. Embola, Ph.D.
Workshop Description
From RFPs to Winning Proposals: Designing Solid Projects and Writing Competitive Grants aims to provide hands-on skills that will enable grant writers to design logical projects and write cohesive and competitive grant proposals. Workshop attendees will take part in exercises designed to hone their skills at each stage of the grant writing process – from reading through an RFP to developing a logic model and budget, to writing a narrative and using the logic model to conduct project evaluation. Successful completion of this workshop will result in participants gaining an understanding of the basic concepts and processes necessary for the development of clear grant proposals. Attendees will master the essentials of RFP (Request for Proposal) analysis, project design, budget development, grant narrative development and project evaluation, and will leave ready to design effective projects and transform those designs into competitive requests for funding.
Workshop Outline
1. Part I: Reading Through Your RFP
2. Part II: Developing Your Logic Model
3. Part II: Developing Your Budget
4. Part IV: Writing Your Narrative
5. Part V: Using Your Logic Model to Evaluate Your Project
                                                                                            

Directions to International House

By Bus
The M4 and M104 buses stop at 122nd Street and Broadway. Get off at that stop, walk up on 122nd Street and make a right at Riverside Dr. 

By Train
Take the 1 train to 125th Street. From there walk south on Broadway to Tiemann Place. Walk up Tiemann Pl. and make a left at Riverside Dr.

For further inquires, please contact WHDC at 646-476-3394.
All the best,
Raesha Cartagena
Manager of Communications & Development
West Harlem Development Corporation

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