The GGPA monthly chapter meetings include a professional program, chapter business, news from the grant field, and networking opportunities. Chapter meetings begin at 10:00 AM and adjourn around 11:15 AM.
Next Meeting: Tuesday, April 25, 2023
Join us for a GPA webinar presented by Diane Gedeon-Martin of The Write Source, LLC, followed by a group discussion and chapter business
Grant applications are changing at the speed of light! Learn techniques to prepare successful online and paper proposals that get to the point quickly and motivate grantmakers to provide support.
Online grant applications are here to stay! They are frustrating, exasperating, and daunting. Still, how do you convey your case for support when your need statement and project description sections can only be 2,000 characters or roughly 350 words in length?
Although brevity is key, grantmakers still want engaging narratives that state the issue or problem succinctly while providing evidence that your organization will achieve the proposed outcomes. Knowing what to say and how to say it in a short grant application is the focus of this session. Writing tight or to the point while getting the attention of the grant reviewer has never been more crucial. Learn how to position your case for support using deductive writing techniques that help you get to your point quicker. Eliminate superlatives from your writing and just say it.
This session will ask the question, how do you approach the process of preparing an online grant application? The methods discussed will help you design successful paper and paperless proposal narratives including those to the different levels of government as well as foundations and corporations.
Non-members are welcome to attend one or two meetings as a guest. Please contact us at email@example.com to attend a meeting as a guest.