Essential workshops for non-profits: grant writing and prospect research
Posted by on April 26, 2002
Non-Profit and Small Business Management Courses at Temple University Center City. All classes are held at our 1515 Market Street campus, across from historic City Hall and convenient to public transportation and parking garages. To register or to receive more information contact The Business Agenda, 215-204-4335 or at Business.Agenda@temple.edu.
Grant Writing Essentials
Taught by Gary Kalman
Learn how to write a competitive, fundable grant in this lively and fun introduction to grant writing. Participants will learn how to: convince grant reviewers of their proposal’s vision;organize the project design for maximum impact; employ clear, concise, positive style; format for easy readability.
Thursday, 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Internet Prospect Research for Non-Profits
Taught by Derek D. Riddle
Donations are everything to non-profits. But not every organization has a research department to find donors. Don’t miss out-if you have a small shop or are just starting up a development department, this course will benefit you. Learn to use a myriad of sources to determine the interest and ability of your prospects, so you’ll have a better sense of whom to ask for what. This daylong, hands-on session will focus on researching individuals, corporations and foundations. Enrollment is limited.
Friday, 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
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