Help to make your grant applications more successful
- by Kate Bowman
- March 18, 2020
Fundraising seems to be a never-ending job. There are many philanthropic organisations just waiting to give you their money but the process of applying for grants is an exacting skill.
Often the difference between being awarded a grant or not is the strength of your application. Having a concise project plan can make a crucial difference to how your application is considered.
I often hear that better grant application skills would be of benefit to many people within our networks. Coming up soon on Thursday April 2, Pro Bono Australia is hosting an affordable webinar on ‘Mastering your project plans to win grant applications.”
In 60 minutes you will learn the essential elements that go into effectively planing your project and what funders are looking for in that project. You’ll also learn how to write outcomes and outputs correctly, as well as the components that make up a solid project budget.
You will learn:
- How to prepare a detailed project plan for your application
- How to write your project Outcomes and Outputs with confidence and accuracy
- How to compose a solid project budget that reflects your project
This webinar is aimed at grant writers and grant managers, program staff working with fundraising and development staff to apply for funding, and fundraising and development staff.
For more information about the webinar please click here.
You can find current grant listings on the Pro Bono Australia website.
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