Finding Grant Funding For Community Non-Profits

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Wednesday, July 13, 2011: 10:00 am to 12:00 pm -- Downtown Library: Training Center

*Registration required: Register Now

Looking to up your grant-seeking skills for your community non-profit organization? Help your non-profit by attending this hands-on workshop!

Discover the online resources that can assist you in getting operating and programmatic grants for your non-profit. Additionally, there will be discussion about matching sponsor and nonprofit priorities and resources to help with proposal writing.

Karen Downing, the Foundations and Grants Librarian at the University of Michigan, and French Studies librarian, Jennifer Bonnet will discuss various web-based funding databases currently available, illustrate search strategies and give you time to look for funding for your own organization.

Registration is required for this session. Register online at aadl.org, in person at any location or by calling 327-4555.

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Great idea for everyone in the Not-for-profit sector.


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Awesome


very interesting


Sounds Great.


I wonder if they have funds available for school events.


Wonderful idea!


Definitely feel free to ask when you attend. You will have time to look for funding for your specific needs during this session - and you'll learn what sponsors might be out there to help with your school events.


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We can show you how to find grantmakers that express interest in funding school-related events/programs. We will use this as one example during the demonstation portion of the program...


Great Idea


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Cool!