Grant Writing

Do you have a wonderful project idea but feel stuck because you have no idea how to fund it? This grant writing class will provide the foundational knowledge to write a compelling grant proposal. You will learn about the entire grant lifecycle, including the essential skills of prospecting, the key components of a proposal, the basics of proposal budgeting, and strategies to help you mitigate common mistakes which block the approval of your grant. Instructor: Hillel Bromberg

Sections

GRNT-SU20.01

Start Date

July 8, 2020

Time

7:00pm

Location

Online

Cost

$50.00

Availability

8

Wednesday, 7-9pm Jul 8

This class will meet online using Zoom. The Zoom link and information on how to join will be emailed to you.

If you register the day before class begins or after the first date please contact Zoom@ccae.org for the link.

Instructors: Hillel Bromberg

Instructor

Hillel Bromberg

Hillel Bromberg believes in the power of the written word and the vital importance of the nonprofit sector. He has spent his career helping social service, arts, and educational institutions secure the resources to pursue their missions. He does this by crafting proposals, promotional and outreach materials, websites, profiles, annual reports, articles, catalogs, and other fundraising and marketing collateral. Hillel’s approach is that development writing is a type of promotional work because, even within the confines of a grant proposal, the objective is to make the organization look as brilliant and qualified as possible, and convey that passion to potential funders. When Hillel is not writing, he steeps tea, rides his bike, cares for his family, and cooks fine vegetarian fare.