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How To Craft a Proposal in the era of Covid-19 Online

How to Craft a Proposal to a Foundation in the era of Covid-19— Proposal writing is the single skill most sought- after by savvy nonprofit managers.  On the one hand writing a grant proposal is quite simple and follows a basic formula.  On the other hand, this may be your only chance to put the case for funding your organization in front of a foundation.  So you want to be sure to do it right.  This 1 ½ hour webinar provides invaluable tips on what your proposal narrative and budget should include, how to let your funder take the lead, and the best advice on writing and submission techniques.  There will be time for Q and A.   Special attention will be given to grantseeking in these unique times:  tips, pitfalls and opportunities. Thank you to the Friends of the Russell Library for their support of this important event. 

Wednesday, July 15, 2020
7:00pm - 8:30pm
This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.

Registration is required. There are 17 seats available.

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