½ day, $50 (meal included)
What percentage of your total income comes from grants? Would you like it to be more?
The Grant Writing Workshop provides an overview of how your non-profit or corporate foundation can potentially increase the success rate of your proposal process. You will learn the elements of building a proposal: the executive summary, introduction, statement of the problem, building a case for support, budgets, and more.
This evening workshop will take a deeper look into what foundations look for in proposals, as well as tips for research, and how your organization can gain income from foundation grants.
Ideal attendees for the Grant Writing Workshop are: conservatives who want to raise more money for their cause through foundation grants by using proven methods to get your organization's grant considered.
Attendees will learn how to:
• Write a persuasive one-page proposal
• Craft proposals that result in foundation donations
• Use the best research tools and methods to find potential partner foundations
• Write a Letter of Inquiry, a cover letter, and full proposal
Karla Kraynak Bruno is a former English teacher and librarian, with over 30 years as an educator and researcher to her credit. She is a published author of historical fiction, a frequent guest columnist for two regional Virginia newspapers, and serves on Virginia's First Thanksgiving committee as part of the national celebration in 2019 of Virginia's 1619 contributions to our national heritage.
As Director of Foundation and Corporate Relations at LI, Ms. Bruno increased foundation giving 72% since she arrived five years ago.
Ms. Bruno earned a B.A. and an M.A.Ed from The College of William and Mary, as well as a Master's in Library Science from The Catholic University of America.
Her latest book is William and Mary and Tyler, Too: a biography of Lyon G. Tyler, due out in 2018.