Monday, 15 October 2012

“Eight Important Grant Seeking Principles"


Entrepreneurial Institute and Resource Center


Entrepreneurial Opportunity Roundtable: "Eight Important Grant Seeking Principles"

                         – Featuring:  Charlie Grose, Development and Grant Writing Consultant


Thursday, November 01, 2012

6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.


Eastern Campus- Cooper Community Room

5901 Conner Street

Detroit, MI 48213


Description of event

The focus of this workshop is to inform participants how to build a stakeholder-driven, strategic organization yielding meaningful results that grantors will come looking for them.  It will also discuss the how the grants that they apply for are as important as the opportunities they pursue and how to prioritize their grant prospects.


Educational Objectives:


Ø      Participants will discuss how to know their audience and tailor their application approach accordingly.


Ø      Participants will learn and discuss the 5 C's, is your proposal: complete, correct, clear, concise and compelling.


Ø      Participants will explore how go beyond what there are proposing; the why (think big picture) and with whom (think collaboration) are very important.


Ø      Participants will learn the best grant prospects are their current funders and how to put as much energy implementing existing grant awards as they would do seeking new grants.




Open at no cost to the public!


For further information, please call: (313) 579-6990


Registration Form Not Required

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