Join us on March 25th at 9 a.m. at the UGA Gwinnett Campus for this in-person workshop (networking at 8:30 a.m.)! Wellspring Nonprofit Resource will be sharing their many years of successful grant writing experience and how that has changed as a result of the continued effects of the pandemic. You’ll learn about trends in non-profit funding; how to determine if your organization is grant ready; resources for researching funding sources; how diversity, equity and inclusion are influencing funding decisions and how your organization can address this important issue; elements of a strong grant proposal; methods to measure outcomes; and overcoming common funding challenges. We will include an interactive session about cultivating relationship with funders and how relationships can influence the decision making process.
Our final hour will involve a Q & A panel discussion with representatives from several local foundations. You don’t want to miss hearing from:
- Gabby Sheely – Tull Foundation
- Margaret Bugbee – Community Foundation Northeast Georgia and The Scott Hudgens Family Foundation
- Bonnie Hardage – Jesse Parker Williams Foundation
- Elizabeth Snyder – Wells Fargo
- Dahlia Bell Brown – The Woodruff Foundation
Attend this popular seminar and leave with the tools you need to positively impact your grant writing efforts!