“Grant Writing for Nonprofit Professionals & Educators”
Thursday, July 9, 2015
1:00 – 4:00 p.m.
** 12:00 noon – Networking Lunch **
Charleston Southern University
Christian Leadership Building
9200 University Boulevard
North Charleston, SC 29406
Dr. Linda Karges-Bone
Professor, Author, Grant Writer,
Grant Reviewer, Media Host
The Charleston Association of Grant Professionals and Charleston Southern University
Whether you are a novice grant writer or a seasoned professional, the annual CAGP workshop offers strategies, suggestions, and satisfying collaborations with others who share your commitment to doing great things for others in our community.
Join us on July 9th and receive instruction by Dr. Linda Karges-Bone, one of the region’s top grant writers, and receive a copy of her best-selling book with CD of funding sources and a packet of related materials guaranteed to support and sustain your grant writing efforts in 2015.
- Building Blocks of Every Proposal
- How You Can Avoid the 10 Common Mistakes in Grant Design
- Word Choices that Bring Your Narrative to Life
- Strategies for Finding the Right Match for Your Project or Organization
- The Funding Continuum. . . . Grants, Gifts, and Everything in Between
- The Importance of Vital Partnerships
- Evaluation Expectations: The Weak Link in Most Grants
Registration Fee: $50/$40 CAGP Members
Fee includes: Book and Materials
**Join us for a Networking Lunch at 12:00 noon, prior to the workshop. Bring your lunch and take advantage of this opportunity to meet other local grant writers.
The Charleston Association of Grant Professionals (CAGP), organized in 1998, meets monthly at the Charleston County Public library. Meetings are free and open to anyone interested in the grants process.
Memberships are available for $36.00 a year. A second member of the same organization may join for a reduced fee of $18.00. Student memberships are available for $10.00.
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