League Upcoming Training - Municipal Grant Seeking 101
Thursday, April 6
League of Arizona Cities and Towns, Room 103
9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
This comprehensive training will cover the basics of seeking, finding and securing grants for municipalities including:
Facts versus Myths about Your Eligibility as a Grant Award Candidate
How to Position Your Unit of Government for Foundation and Corporate Grant Seeking
Finding Nonprofit Fiscal Partners
Forming Your Own Municipal 501C3
Council Resolutions Required
Budgeting for Cash Matching Funds
Developing an In-Kind Matching Funds Budget
Carving Out Time to Build Funder Relationships
Full-Time or Part-Time Grant Writing Support (Pros and Cons)
Arizona Grant Writing Resources (Associations and the League)
Review of Arizona Foundation and Corporate Funders
Types of Funding Request Documents
Letter of Inquiry - Writing Exercise
Letter Proposal - Discussion
Grant Applications: Online formats and hard copy paper or file formats
Researching Relevant Statistics to Support Your Grant Application
Crafting Measurable Goals and Objectives
Writing Compliance, Editing, and Funding Request Considerations
Next Steps after Funding
Next Steps When Program isn't Funded
Who: Dr. Beverly Browning ("Dr. Bev")
Dr. Browning brings over four decades of experience to her annual League training events. She has assisted municipal and other types of clients and
previous workshop participants in winning grant awards of more than $430 million. Dr. Bev is the author of 42 grant-related publications.
Cost: $120 (materials and lunch are included).
Those attendees present for the full workshop will have a chance to win a Chromebook computer (grand prize) and one of Dr. Bev's grant writing books (secondary prize).
Registration: To register for the Grants Training, click here.
Questions and More Information
For questions on any of these trainings, please call 602-258-5786 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.