SRGC 2018

Southern Regional Grant Conference 2018 (SRGC18)

Morrow Center: April 17-19, 2018

Registration and pricing details coming soon!

Online registration is open now!

The Southern Regional Grant Conference is the premier networking and professional development event for grant professionals. Gain insight and perspective about key issues facing the grant field, build and strengthen professional relationships, and discover new resources and project opportunities while demonstrating commitment to the grant profession.

This conference will feature a 4-hour pre-conference interactive workshop on Wednesday, April 17 hosted by Gail Widner followed by 2 days of excellent speakers, workshops led by industry professionals and numerous opportunities to network with peers.

Register now for the Pre-Conference Workshop!

Check back for details on accommodations near the conference.

The GGPA will provide two (2) scholarships for the Southern Regional Grant Conference (SRGC) for GGPA members in good standing. Applications will be accepted until Friday, January 19, 2018 at 5:00 pm Eastern. Applicants will be notified of the decision regarding their submission on Thursday, February 1. GGPA requests that scholarship applicants wait to register for the SRGC until after February 1.

Each scholarship will cover the full registration fee for the two-day regional conference held on Wednesday, April 18 and Thursday, April 19, 2018 at the Morrow Center in Morrow, GA. Please note that the scholarship does NOT include the pre conference workshop scheduled for Tuesday, April 17, 2018. Scholarship recipients will be required to register and pay the associated fees ($50) for the pre conference workshop if they are interested in participating.

To be eligible to apply for a SRGC scholarship, you must be a GPA and GGPA member in good standing, abide by the GPA Code of Ethics, and agree to the Terms of Application.


#SRGC18 hosted by the Georgia Grant Professionals Association will:

  • Provide an affordable, informative conference for grant professionals in the southern United States;
  • Allow grant professionals (non-profit, healthcare, government, education, consultants, etc.) the opportunity to further educate themselves in grant research, writing, and management through panel discussions and breakout sessions led by experienced, successful funders and grant seekers;
  • Offer networking for grant professionals to interact with their colleagues, identifying individuals that can be called for assistance and to answer questions long after the conference has ended; and
  • Bring together a variety of speakers who will provide a breadth of knowledge and expertise across all aspects of our profession.

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