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Date(s) - 03/06/2014 - 03/09/2014
All Day

Oakwood University - Cooper Science Complex


Who Should Attend: Pastors, Community Service Leaders, Federation officers, Community Service Center staff, Church Administrators, Volunteers, and anyone interested in community-based ministry.

This session covers the basics of researching, preparing, and submitting a proposal. Learn about measurable outcomes, case statements, and what it means to develop a “boilerplate” to help ease the burden of preparing a grant application.

This session is especially designed for churches and faith-based organizations with limited staffing or little to no experience writing proposals. Overcome the fear and intimidation so often associated with grant-writing and walk away with tips and tools to get started.

Workshop Outcomes:

1. To identify the essential elements of a grant proposal

2. To learn how to organize key information and documents before the writing process begins

3. To explore the concept of resources vs. relationships in Christian community development work

4. To prepare and submit a mock proposal in real-time