If you are involved in a not-for-profit organisation, you know that raising money is the key to funding your dreams. But the competition for funds can be fierce and the obstacles many. This course provides you with the techniques that you need for a successful submission.
Using grant applications specific to your organisation, you will learn how to develop, direct and edit creative ideas, in addition to giving invaluable guidance on how to present work for submission.
This course is aimed at first-time writers and those looking for guidance of the grant writing process, and acts as an important introduction to the world of philanthropy, grant-making and grant-seeking.
About the presenter- Rhiannon Cox.
Rhiannon has over 10 year’s experience writing grant submissions for both the business and not-for-profit entities. She now works in the public sector and has delivered many community initiatives both locally in Apollo Bay and throughout the Colac-Otway area. She has specialised knowledge of grants that apply to this region and how to present the needs of the local community for the best chance of funding success.
Dates: Mondays 15th October – 19th November (6 weeks)
Extras: 1-2 hours work at home encouraged
Location: Marrar Woorn Neighbourhood House