Grant Writing for Faith-based Nonprofits
Thursday, April 30, 8:30 – 11:00 a.m.
Hosted by Transform Minnesota and The Barnabas Group, this workshop is tailored specifically for faith-based organizations to help them identify grant opportunities that fit their mission, and learn strategies for communicating their faith-based programs to secular grant makers.
Understanding how to effectively write grants is a useful tool for a non-profit. Also, comprehending all the components involved in seeking a grant, is equally important. Join us as we walk through the following information:
- The landscape of grants in Minnesota and grants for evangelical organizations.
- How to seek funding by navigating the research, relationships, and information.
- The components of a grant and how to position your evangelical organization or program.
- Realistic ways to make grant development a part of your non-profit.
As a follow up to this session, it is our hope to offer an additional in-depth grant training that would explore the specific details within each grant component. Please let us know if you are interested in this training and we will be sure to make you aware of the event.
Alisha Cora Soule
Alisha Cora Soule has over 15 years of experience with grants and development is currently the Director of Development for New Life Family Services, an affiliate ministry of Transform Minnesota. She has worked for, and consulted with, both large and small non-profits throughout the Twin Cities on grant and development related projects. She has been a one-person, part-time, shop and she been a full-time senior director that has managed a large team of individuals; therefore, she understands the challenges of fitting grants into your everyday responsibilities. Alisha holds a M.S. in Organizational/Industrial Psychology and a B.S. in Psychology.
Registration and Location
This seminar is free of charge to Executive Directors or Development Directors, and is limited to the first 20 people who register (click here to register).