Grant Writing: The Essentials {Workshop}

Do you need funding for a new project or tool, but you don’t know where to begin? Or have you found a grant opportunity that aligns with your goals, but you need help putting together the proposal? Maybe you have written a foundation grant before and you need to revise and submit a stronger proposal. Experienced grant specialists at the Auburn University Food Systems Institute can help no matter your level of grant-writing experience or where you are in your search for funding.

AUFSI is hosting a one-day comprehensive grant-writing workshop for professionals associated with nonprofits, municipal and state agencies, schools, small businesses, farmers, and anyone looking to apply for foundation funding and other small to mid-size grants.

Register here: https://secure.touchnet.net/C20021_ustores/web/classic/product_detail.jsp?PRODUCTID=3500

Key Points 

When: Friday, February 15, 2019

Where: CASIC building in the Auburn Research Park on the Auburn University campus

For who: Small business, nonprofits, farmers, city and state agencies (police departments, fire departments, city offices, etc.), and schools

Cost: $125 (includes program materials and lunch) on or before February 7; $150 Feb 8-14

Instructors: Grant specialists at the Auburn University Food Systems Institute

Questions? Call Regina at (334) 844-7456 or email at crappre@auburn.edu.


Sample Topics

• Getting your project ideas across clearly and concisely

• Improving writing mechanics (grammar, syntax, organization)

• “Hooking” reviewers with a great need statement/purpose

• Following proposal guidelines

• Finding a grant opportunity that aligns with your needs/goals