July 13: Finding Funding Part 2
Understanding the landscape of grants, grant resources, the grant process, and comprehending all the components in writing a grant is a useful tool for a non-profit. Join us as we walk through the following information:
- Review the Landscape of Grants in MN and Grant Resources
- Distinguish How to Position Your Organization with Faith-Based and Secular Funders
- Walk Through the Narrative Components of a Grant Proposal
- Discuss How to Implement Grant Development Into Your Organization
This session is a follow-up seminar to the introductory grant seminar presented in January. It is not necessary to have attended the first session. If you have basic familiarity with grant proposals and want additional training on developing grant proposals for faith-based organizations, you are welcome to attend.
Alisha Cora Soule has over 17 years of experience with grants and development. She is currently the Director of Grants and Strategic Projects for the University of Northwestern St. Paul. Previously she worked as the Director of Development for New Life Family Services, an affiliate ministry of Transform Minnesota, as well as the Director of Grants and Senior Director of Development at the University of Northwestern St. Paul, and as a Grant Associate at the University of Wisconsin – Stout.
Alisha 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 everyday responsibilities.
Join us Thursday, July 13, 8:30-11am at Transform Minnesota.
$10 registration fee.
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