Grants are always a hot topic. How can we write them, where do we find the time, what about all the other work we must do?
In about two hours, you will learn how to research, prepare, write and apply for grants. At the end of this session you will target and learn how to organize grants to further the mission.
Don’t worry if you don’t have access to the fancy (and expensive) various grant databases. We’ll show you how to access this information – for free! Learn how to filter through 990’s, how to uncover names, and how to get around that ‘invite only' issue when determining fit.
We will also work on systematizing the process of grants, so you don’t have to redo every time.
Come ready to take notes, bring your laptop, and you will leave with a package of information that will help you prepare for grants – and fund your mission.
Check-In is 8:45 AM with the Workshop starting promptly at 9 AM and concluding at 11 AM.
Registration $20.00 (Non-refundable). Space is limited so you must register to attend. We cannot accept walk-ins.
Instructor: Sarah Shipley of Shipley Communications. Sarah Shipley is an award-winning consultant with over 20 years of experience in marketing, communications and public relations. Sarah finds product market fits for a number of high-profile clients and leads marketing strategy and outreach efforts on many education and infrastructure projects. A lifelong learner, she has earned degrees from Bradley University (BS), the University of Oklahoma (MA), and an MBA from Washington University in St. Louis. In 2017 she was named a Top Connector in KC by the Kauffman Foundation and is Chairwoman of the Kansas City Startup Foundation.