WILLSBORO - An important workshop for not-for-profit organizations and community groups to learn about grantseeking basics will be offered on March 27 at the Willsboro Central School auditorium from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The workshop is part of the "Training to Sustain Heritage Center Operations" workshop series.
Paul Mastrodonato, President of Nonprofit Works, will demystify the grantwriting process for entry- and mid-level grantwriters, administrators, and program staff, giving equal attention to the needs and interests of both organizations and grantmakers.
Topics will include planning programs and projects before writing grants, understanding what's most important to grantmakers, researching grants, approaching grantmakers prior to applying, preparing information commonly asked for in grant applications, and building a grantseekers tool kit to help save time. Participants will receive Word and Excel templates to help them develop grant proposals.
To register for the workshop please contact Drew Alberti, Lakes to Locks Passage Project Manager, at 637-4690 or firstname.lastname@example.org. A registration fee of $15 will provide lunch and handouts for participants. Those registering the day of the workshop should plan to arrive early.